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Thursday, 26 May 2016

Buttercup Meadow & Fences



When I look at this meadow I expect to see little Carrie Ingalls from the TV series of 'Little house on the Prairie', come tumbling down through the grass, in the opening sequence.  Just makes my heart glad see this.


Linking with Good Fences this Thursday.  Click image below to visit the link up.


Have a great day!

38 comments:

  1. Hello, Christine. Pretty shots of the field of buttercups. They are so cheery, I love the sky too. Great fence finds. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  2. Christine, my kind of place, thanks for helping to start my day off with some color.

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  3. I love your buttercup meadows......and the old gate post is beautiful!

    Enjoy your day,
    Ruby

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  4. It's beautiful and truly does look like the opening to LHOTP.

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  5. Lindas e belas fotografias.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

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  6. really lovely. :) smiled at the little house reference.

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  7. Looks like the perfect spot for a picnic...and then a nap!

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  8. Oh I LOVE LOVE your buttercups and fences and photography. Hug B

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  9. That is just beautiful! Thank you.

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  10. How pretty! I always loved the sweet Ingalls girls and their little prairie dresses and pinafores! Beautiful photos my friend. Hugs, Diane

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  11. Oh love the buttercups and fence ~ beautiful photo! Both are very creative!

    Happy Weekend to you ~ ^_^

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  12. a great capture of the corner of the fence, it's so beautiful and all you needed to make it very creative!!! love those buttercups, they remind me of my childhood!!!!!!

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  13. Such a pretty field of buttercups. Really sets off the fence.

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  14. I saw one of those buttercup meadows a few weeks ago.

    Now I know where buttermilk comes from!
    ~

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  15. Oh yes, I can see that same image!

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  16. Love your buttercup fields and fences! Fun...

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  17. isn't that funny, i think we all have that same image in our heads! beautiful buttercup field!

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  18. O yes, I love also the openingsscène of The Little House! Very nice photo, love it!

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  19. Oh how pretty. Buttetcups are so cheery. It does remind me of that scene from Little House on the Prairie. - Neat shot of the fencing wire.

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  20. What a pretty meadow with all of those beautiful looking buttercups.

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  21. Hello Christine!:) I see it too, little Carrie Ingalls tumbling through the grass.:) I think it would have come to mind even if you hadn't mentioned it. It's such a pretty sight, and I love your original and creative fence shot.

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  22. All those flowers cupped by the grass are so beautiful.

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  23. What a cheery place! Great shots.

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  24. So pretty there! Yep, I see Laura coming over the hill now.

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  25. Hi Christine.

    This is a real spring field.
    Beautiful also the fence.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  26. We watched the "Little House on the Prairie" too many years ago. What a colourful field!

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  27. I remember watching little house on the prairie in 70s..always admired and dreaming to be Laura or Mary..what a nostalgic drama..by the way your buttercup meadow are so beautiful.

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  28. Hi Christine, A fine entry for Good Fences! I especially love photos like your third shot ... a scene that is so pretty! Thanks for sharing and have a fine weekend ahead!

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  29. the wildflower meadow is beautiful and I love the close up 2nd shot Christine. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  30. Love the buttercups. They are simply delightful. : )

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  31. Delightful images, they gladden the heart.

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  32. wonderful captures Christine. there are lots of buttercups around my area too.

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  33. Yes! That meadow is so much like that scene in Little House! Wonderful photos!

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