Spring Festival 2022: Week #8 ~Buttercups!

Welcome to week# 8 of Spring Festival 2022.

I remember being a little kid and holding a buttercup under the chin of friends and siblings. If it glowed yellow, that meant you liked butter. Of course, who doesn’t like butter?

 

This challenge will probably run for 10-12 weeks, with the last week being a wrap up. You can link up here or on any of the individual weeks. Be sure to tag your post Spring Festival 2022 so it is easy to find in the reader.

Spring is one of my favorite seasons. It is the season that showcases the vibrancy of pinks and purples, and of course, yellows. Click here to see how Spring has sprung in my neighborhood.

To help guide and inspire you through the season check out these helpful links:

7 Tips for Improving Your Spring Photography

11 Spring Photography Ideas To Try This Season

Or if you prefer a video check this one out.

16 thoughts on “Spring Festival 2022: Week #8 ~Buttercups!

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  3. Hi Dawn, I have been under the weather and in a head fog, so am not very sharp right now. I am coming out of this but trying to accomplish simple things is a challenge. Lol!

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  5. Fields of buttercups are lovely, not so much when you get the creeping type in the garden, they are almost impossible to eradicate and although I love the flowers they can take over.

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