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Buttercup Meadow
England

Buttercups in a managed meadow at Coombe Country Park just outside Coventry. During the Summer months this area is left to encourage wild flowers, butterflies and other insects and provides an area of outstanding beauty. 

Copyright: Ralph ames
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Uploaded: 03/06/2009
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Tags: meadow; buttercups; england; coombe park; wild flowers; insects; coventry
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