On Saturday morning I happened to notice a field of yellow across the road from our house.
This field usually has cows pastured there for the summer but they're in the field next to it so the buttercups are growing abundantly now. It's a buttercup explosion.
Green and yellow ~ so pretty together.
It was very windy on Saturday so it was hard to capture a picture of the blowing buttercups.
They are a bit of a blur. :)
Then among all the yellow and green is a splash of purple. Blueflag Irises are growing in the wet drainage ditch in the field.
The grass in the ditch is really long. That's a fence post sticking up.
A field of buttercups. Their pretty yellow heads blowing in the summer breeze.
First it was dandelions, then buttercups and paintbrush, phlox, clover, daisies, and Queen Anne's Lace and the list goes on. Wildflowers showing up along the roadsides, in fields, in backyards. Natural beauty to enjoy as the summer rolls along. Do you notice these flowers where you live? Or, maybe you have other wildflowers that are different to your part of the world. They are beautiful aren't they? Take time to stop and admire the wildflowers.
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