The Buttercup

Egentlig burde man vel ikke bruke tid på noe så vanlig som en smørblomst, men – så er det dette med å overse det som befinner seg rett under nesene våre? Derfor spanderer jeg et par bilder, og så må det bli opp til dere å avgjøre om disse har ‘livets rett’ eller ikke?
Og ja, det ble selvsagt macro-bilder for å få frem de detaljene man vanligvis ikke får med seg.
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Actually, one shouldn’t waste time on an ordinary buttercup, but – then there is this about
overlooking small things directly underneath our noses . . .
So I decided to offer you a couple of shots, leaving it to you to tell me whether I was wrong or if these beauties should have been shared or not?
Compliments of SRB)
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12 Responses to The Buttercup

  1. -Eugenia says:

    Oh, they’re gorgeous and definitely worth sharing!

  2. allysoally says:

    They don’t seem ordinary to me Svein…you brought them to life, and they should be shared. 🙂

  3. Annemor Schønhaug says:

    Smørblomsten overrasker ved nærmere blikk.

  4. Seenorway says:

    Thank you! Like most other flowers I shoot; incredible details one has a tendency to overlook!

  5. utesmile says:

    As children we always picked Buttercups to put in a bunch of meadow flowers for my mum. They are so beautifully yellow and they are really lovely flowers. You prove it with your pictures.

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