Six Word Saturday: These Bluebells no longer a Treat

I love to see a carpet of vibrant bluebells, but this year, I only got to see a few remains in a corner

Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here

28 comments

  1. Oh that’s sad…not venturing out this year I have missed the bluebell woods. But these are lovely none the less 🙂

  2. But you’ve captured them brilliantly! I’ve been lucky to see swathes of bluebells this year, but my camera and I have failed miserably to capture their essence.

  3. Better than nothing, Sue! Do you get a flower delivery along with your groceries? 🙂 🙂

  4. I have a lot of Spanish Bluebells in my garden apparently they are taking over. They are handsome though.

  5. They still look beautiful. A bit of decay illustrates the life of nature. And nice to see that you picked plants today, too. And nice to see that you picked blue today, too. 🙂

    • Sue

      Blue has signifIcance for you, Elke?

      • The blue flower of romantic literature, possibly, signifying the striving for the unattainable and the infinite … oh, I am getting all philosophical now. 😉

      • Sue

        Ah, indeed…do you know Penelope Fitzgerald’s ‘The blue Flower’?

      • No, I don’t. But her subject Novals (Hardenberg) is THE German romanticist who is credited with creating the image of the blue flower and many years ago I spend many an hour reading up on him and reading texts by him and writing many an essay about him. 🙂 I’ll put that book on my reading list though, thanks for the tip.

      • Sue

        Ah, interesting Hope you enjoy Fitzgerald’s book

  6. Another one that is just like a painting. Very nice indeed!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  7. These are lovely 🙂

  8. Reminder for me to go up the hill to see if our bluebells are out yet, last year they were magnificent.

  9. I’m here at last!
    It’s a lovely shot, Sue. At their peak, or not, they look great here. As we were saying earlier it has hard to get a good shot of bluebells but you have done it. It’s a nice setting, too

    • Sue

      Yes, I was probably more pleased with this one than in the past when I have largely failed with swathes of them and failed to get ‘the’ shot

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