Thursday, 6 May 2021

Bluebell time

 

It's that time of the year when we have the beautiful blue haze covering the ground. Here's a few photos of my favourite woodland walk amongst the bluebells.














17 comments:

  1. The world turns blue, lovely sight.

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  2. That has to make you smile. It did me.

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  3. Those are such an amazing sight to see.

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  4. They do have much the same effect as scilla here.

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  5. Bluebell admiration seems to be growing there. Maybe it will become like cherry blossoms in Japan.

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  6. Wow that's a lot of bluebells. The ones near our new house are nowhere near as impressive. Haven't managed to get back to Wanstead Park where they have a big spread too.

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  7. Love that spread of bluebells. Really pretty.

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  8. That is a lovely dusting of mauve bluebells. They are slender and tallish flowers and incredibly remain unharmed it seems on grassy knolls where people walk all over them. :)

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  9. Oh-so-pretty! Spring has sprung.

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  10. We have the "bois de Hal" here which is veery famous for it's bluebell covered wood ! It looks so pretty !

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  11. I think you're about a week ahead of us up here. I'm stopping off at a bluebell wood today.

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  12. I love bluebell time :)
    Lovely photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  13. I've been photographing flowers like crazy. Happy Spring trails!

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