A personal blog by Ackworth born Gerald England who married a Lancashire lass, went West and now lives in Cheshire.
Now that is Yellow!Nice job and great post.I say Yes to Y.Come visit our "Y's",Troy and Martha
Buttercups are hardy. I bet another one will take its place. LOL
This is lovely and the Buttercup is one of my favourite wild flowers.
Yellow is a wonderful colour and a buttercup is an honest flower. I like it. Good post1
At least you saw them long enough for a good photo.
great Yellow :DMine in here. Thanks
i like ur Y pic ;)Visit mine also in here Thanks
Great shot, the colors are wonderful. I remember holding buttercups under our chins as a kid to see if we liked butter.
"What's up, buttercup?"Lovely photo. Sorry you lost the real thing.
Very pretty Buttercup. I didn't find one of those on my walk this morning.
Did you ever hold a buttercup to turn your throat Yellow ? I'm not sure why we used to do that or if I did know, I have forgotten.
In England, do the children do what they do here in Canada? Put a few under your chin to see if you like butter? lolBeautiful photo...now to check out the before and after shots. :D
Gorgeous! What an amazing yellow! Mountain Retreat Photos
I rememebr holding these under your chin to see the yellow reflection to see if you liked butter. Folly of youth. Beautiful image, beautiful wild flower.
Oh so beautiful. Now you have me singing "my little buttercup...
Such a deep shade of yellow. Beautiful
Very pretty! Mine's up also. . . I came looking for your bridges between post from Monday. Running behind with comments because of my allergies.
Beautiful yellow buttercup.Wonderful photo.Bear
Yes, lovely but always in the wrong place.
Too bad the buttercup was mowed down! Nice photo of it!Over at San Francisco Bay Daily Photo, "Louis" and his 'Editor' Yell at each other both in the text and in the comments....
A buttercup....lovely.I missed last week so here are 2 Y's! Neva andNeva2
That buttercup is great! Mine's up as well. Seems that more than a few of us picked yellow for today...
Beautiful colour these flowers are Gerald.pop and see my Y.
It appears a number of us have had tooth woes AND posted yellow flowers for today. We needed them to cheer ourselves up with today's rain.Hope you're feeling better soon.
Do you like butter? I have noticed more buttercups than usual this year, they are a very pretty flower.