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Common Poppy, but (it may be the camera) these look a little paler than usual: in which case it may be long-headed poppy Papaver dubium.
The two are best told apart (so my book says) by the seed heads (capsules) - LHP has ling thin ones, whilst CP's are more rounded.
At least one seed head is visible on the full image - and it's short and round. So these are common poppies P. rhoeas.
Maybe the dry weather has dried and faded the flower's,still look superb.
P.dubium is the Common poppy to .me
That's why I added the scientific name!
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