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In Italy: The Colorful Fields of Castelluccio

People visit Italy every year during summer. While some go to the country to visit the Colosseum, the canals of Venice, or the Leaning Tower of Pisa, others go to the small village of Castelluccio, found in the Apennine Mountains of central Italy, to see what may perhaps be the most colorful masterpiece painted by none other than Mother Nature herself: the fields of blooming lentils and poppies.

See the photos taken by photographers Antonio Masiello and Tiziana Fabi over at The Atlantic.

Now this is epic.

(Image Credit: U9POI57/ Wikimedia Commons)

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Oh yeah, sorry about that.
Unfortunately, much as I want to share the photos here, I can't, since the photos from The Atlantic are from Getty Images. So you really have to visit the site. (The photo above is different from the site photos, by the way.)
Thank you for understanding!
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