Buttercups!

Here’s little pop of beauty on this otherwise cold, damp, dreary summer day (I think we hit a high of 60 degrees F). At first glance I thought this was a field of dandelions, but it’s actually millions of tiny buttercup flowers.

field of buttercups

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One Response to Buttercups!

  1. Laurie Sharp says:

    We have similar weather here on the pacific northwest coast! Lucky us – seems like the rest of the country is pretty hot.

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