Buttercup clump

A clump of coarse grass in a grassy field studded with buttercups.

buttercup clump

This was a large field, lots of clumps and lots of buttercups. This was the only framing that seemed to work. What do you think?

The genus ranunculus is poisonous, even to cows in significant quantities. But it’s OK when dried, as in hay.

3 thoughts on “Buttercup clump

  1. Gorgeous photo, Barry, especially when your viewer lives where the grass is just greening after a long winter and the leaves won’t be out for another 2 weeks! I never knew buttercups were poisonous. Good thing I never ate too many at once! 😉

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