Three Meadow Buttercups - Burntollet Woods, County Derry

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George Row

Derry, United Kingdom

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    Soft flexible case with impact protection. Made with TPU, a durable material made of a mixture of soft silicone and hard plastic
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    Yes 26g Midweight 1/16 inch Single Layer

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  • Durable flexible case that grips around the edges of your phone
  • Shock absorbent TPU case with anti-fingerprint finish allows full access to device ports
  • Colors are ink printed on the frosted shell surface
  • The design is featured on the back while the edges of the case are semi transparent
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[Burntollet, buttercup, Clocks, Clothing, Co. Derry, duvet, Faughan Valley, flower, iPad cover, iPhone cover, leggings, meadow, nature, Ness Woods, trees, wildflower, Wildflower Card, Woodland Trust, woods, yellow, >500 >1,000 >2,000 >3,000 views, iPhone cover, iPad cover, Laptop cover, mugs, throw pillows, tote bag]


  1. 7 th March 2016 View Count reached 3,000

  Camera: Canon EOS 5d Mkii   ||   Lens: Canon 70-300mm (at 300mm)   ||   Exposure: 1/640 at f/8

These three Meadow Buttercups were photographed in Burntollet Woods – a new area of open access woodlands in County Derry, Northern Irleland.

The botanical name is Ranunculus acris it is also sometimes known as the “tall buttercup” or “Giant Buttercup”.

Burntollet Woods is a 24 hectare (59 acre) area of woodland in Faughan Valley. It was created by The Woodland Trust. It lies between Ness Country Park and Oaks Wood, providing a habitat corridor for wildlife between the two areas of woodland.

Burntollet Woods has been planted with 43,000 native trees – mostly oak but also ash, alder and wild cherry. It also includes an 11 hectare (27 acre) meadow of wild flowers.

The Woodland Trust say that the project was made possible by funding from the NI Environment Agency, The Forestry Service and by public donations including one significant donation by an “anonymous Canadian tree enthusiast”.


Photographic Technical Details

  1. This photograph was shot on a Canon EOS 5d Mkii 1/640 at f8 with a 70-300mm Canon lens set at 300mm with a circular polarizing filter. It had minimal post-production processing in Apple Aperture

History of this Photographic on RedBubble

  1. 7 th March 2016 View Count reached 3,000
  2. 8 th February 2015 View Count reached 2,005
     
  3. 8 th October 2013 View Count reached 1,000
     
  4. Friday 27th October 2012 View Count reached 503
     
  5. Friday 13th July 2012 View Count reached 200
     
  6. 16th June 2012 View count reached 100.
     
  7. 9th June 2012 Uploaded to RedBubble
     
  8. 4th June 2012 Photograph taken at about 2:00 pm on sunny day

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