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Here is a second, recent photograph from the village where I live but a completely different view from the last one. However, the linking factor is the yellow field of buttercups.

The building, in the b/g, is Trawden Hall. It is an early Victorian building which stands on the site of an earlier Tudor mansion.

To the right is a series of cottages which have been converted from farm buildings. They are lovely homes now, modern but with the character of the old buildings still in evidence.

Buttercup fields are features I remember from my childhood. We used to go for picnics where buttercups were in abundance. The shiny petals of the buttercup flower will reflect yellow against your skin if held up to the face.
We used to place the flowers under a friend's chin and if the skin reflected yellow, it proved they liked butter!!

I will post a second photograph of the lane nearby, showing a mixture of grass, buttercup and trees.

I hope you are all keeping safe and enjoying the new freedoms, Bev :-)

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Additional Photos by Beverley Robinson (Royaldevon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 7621 W: 326 N: 17570] (69489)
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