Sunday, November 1, 2009

Another photo from the archives. We would call this a type of buttercup, not sure what it's called in Canada though?


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10 comments:

Pacey said...

Oh, this is great...yellows are just bright and eye-catching. Your header photo is cool.

Tracey said...

Reminds me of when i were younger and my mum and dad used to put a buttercup under my chin to see if it shone yellow, if it did ( which it always did) it meant i liked butter xx

Carletta said...

Lovely little bursts of yellow!

I just read your previous two posts. The same thing happened here Friday. I was taking pictures of the leaves on my oak tree in the morning and by evening the leaves were on the ground. Mine didn't blow away. :(
Yes, pull the stock first - why is that hard to understand. Glad they had what you needed.
You have done a huge amount of work on your house - impressive list.

Stine in Ontario said...

Gill,
I call them...are you ready for this?... buttercups. ;-)

Rosamaria said...

Beauty in simplicity!

Good week for you, Gill!

Naturegirl said...

He loves me he loves me not..sweet flowers.

Gbex said...

Friendship is the most beautiful relationship on earth. Share this wonderful relationship with the most beautiful object on earth the flowers. Flower is the symbol of joy, love, happiness, and passion. Every flower has its own image and importance and its own emotion symbol.

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lulu's missives said...

I lived in the States for 10 years and there were many things from England that I missed. Meadows full of flowers were one of them.
Glad to have found your blog.

Carolyn Ford said...

Looks like a wildflower growing in a field? How lovely! Little bunches of soft yellow here and there! Very nice...

SandyCarlson said...

Those yellow flowers are gorgeous.