My grandmother always used to say if you held a buttercup just under your chin, and your chin turned yellow (it always did) it meant you were sweet as butter.
Pretty!Lets save our bees!
I did the buttercup under the chin thing when I was a kid!!! They are a pretty little flower and the bees just love them...great pics.BTW thanx for the tip about WV on my comments...I forgot to change the settings...should be ok now!!!
Gorgeous yellow color. Sure would attract me if I were a bee!
A lovely flower and the Bee.
I love shots of bees, I have not been able to capture any yet. Our Azaleas are full of buds and are bursting open. I hope this will beezz a bumper crop this year.
Bee-utiful!I also remember the buttercup under the chin!
I don't even have a daffodil coming up yet. What the heck? Oh, and if and when my sister and her beloved ever decide to come and talk to us about renting the pasture again, we should have cattle by the end of May.
So ya think we are done with old man winter? I sure hope so as I am seriously thinking I will put some veggie plants in the ground this next week!
We boys would take buttercups and smear them on each other for aggravation. Made a heckuva mess.
Hi,You have done a grate job. yellow color gave your macro to sharpness. It was attract my eyes and heart.
So yellow and so pretty.
there is nothing more cheerful than a bright yellow flower. these buttercups are beautiful and cheery. singing spring is here spring is here
We are still a bit chilly for bees and blossoms. Thanks for a taste of spring.
beautiful yellows....very spring...
These are gorgeous little flowers.
Such a beautiful yellow...one to spring!
So pretty! Its warming up...but not enough to find these yet. You give me hope!!
I don't think my comment went thru... but I said that I forgot to post for FFF & I had a pic picked out & everything... dog-gone-it!Your FFF pics are very bright & sunny & happy... love that spring is finally showing itself!!! =)
Thanks for your visits and nice comments. If you're near Cedar Creek Reservoir, I can't imagine why lilacs wouldn't grow there. We're only about a hundred miles southeast and they do quite well here. Our bluebonnets actually started opening up a couple days ago even though they are still sparse and it is way early for them. The Nacogdoches azalea gardens will be in full glory in another week probably! This part of Texas is truly wonderful in the spring, don't you agree? It's probably still pretty cold in Wisconsin!
I love bees..and buttercups, especially the wild ones...they were magic, as was everything when I was a child! None here yet, not even a bee..still too cold! ;D
Buttercups & Johnny Jump Ups are my "happy" flowers!...:)JP
We have bees! They are busy with the peach blossoms, I just don't have a good enough camera to "catch" them! Good shots there, Girl!
Nice to see buttercups, I can't remember the last time I saw one. They are such a 'happy' shade of yellow!
Buttercups! What wonderful memories of childhood in the country and great harbingers of spring!
Those buttercups are just beautiful! Have you greased and oiled your lawnmower???
I love buttercups:) Here it will take a few months before they show up, it's something to look forward to:)Have a nice weekend texvisgirl:)Greetings,Berit.
Spring is shown in its full glory in your posts.Costas
Wonderful close up. I love it!!! We got snow to day! have a nice weekend.Hilda
I love this magnificent photos of this excellent example of the Golden Button where I live, which grow wild in the field are very small. Have a great weekend!
I heard that yellow is the color that nature's animals and insects are most attracted to. Reminds me of Easter and little chicks.
Beautiful pics-Happy Spring:@)
my great-gramma had buttercups, so i always think of her when i see them. :o)
There were buttercups down home, can't remember seeing them here but maybe I wasn't paying attention and missed them. Your photos are so clear and sharp...love that about them.
Those flowers look just yummy! I love their bright cheerful yellow.
Bold and beautiful yellow! We have a while yet to wait before seeing a buttercup.(Sorry to be a nit picker, but that's not bee in your buttercup. It's a hover fly, something in family Syrphidae.)
Oh, boy! Love that yellow..sure sign of spring.
Dont think I've seen the bees out here yet... pretty buttercups.
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