Each Buttercup has its own agenda on when it will open and blossom as you can see in this picture. Some of the flowers along the road side on the way to Lucchio, Italy are fully opened while others are still in bud form. Each of the Buttercup flowers has five petals, some seven, and the entire flower that this plant produces are yellow in color.
Many visitors find the buttercup flowers that adorn the side of the road to be beautiful, while local residents find them bothersome as they are actually classified as a weed. These flowers can blossom in any given area such as lawns, pastures, fields and roadsides between April to July around Lucchio, Italy.
Wherever the ground is moist around Italy, buttercup flowers are sure to grow and they have no problem reproducing as they are pollinated by an assortment of bees, flies, moths and butterflies. They can grow to be anywhere from 8-25 inches tall topped off with yellow flowers which do not require much sunlight to flourish.
While driving through Italy, Europe some areas of the landscape are blanketed with buttercup flowers which entices tourists to stop and take a picture. People in Italy find these flowers to be more of a pest than anything, but people passing through find them to bring a sense of brightness to their day.
Buttercup Flowers, Ranunculus, along the side of the road to Lucchio, Tuscany, Toscana, Italy, Europe.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/50 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 180mm.
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