The yellow anemones, or Anemone ranunculoides, are special for an area near where I live. The cemetery, to be exact..! They bloom early in the spring, next to some beautiful filled wood anemones (more on those in a separate entry). Unfortunately, it seems that either people have been digging them up for their own gardens, or we photographers have been to eager and thus trampled the ground where the anemones grow — OR they are simply not thriving every single year. The last couple of years, anyway, I have hardly spotted a single one where there used to be a full «carpet» of flowers in the spring. When I checked today, I only found a few buds. Must check back later! Luckily, there were some other plants starting to bloom as well.

These were taken using Sweet 35 and macro converters, please click the thumbnails to view larger:

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