Last weekend, Wood poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum) was blooming in profusion. It’s a woodland flower, found in the understory and woodland edges, not in bright meadows.
This image doesn’t capture the huge number of wood poppies in bloom in this spot. There were a lot of downed branches that I wanted to avoid, so I took this image with a 300mm lens. Now I wish I’d used a wider focal length and found a way to include the downed branches in a composition.