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so peaceful …
I was so pleased to see bluebells in the wood off the park yesterday, made my day
Gorgeous. One is torn between standing back and admiring them without touching and going in and walking amongst them (I wouldn’t).
It’s so nice to see the bluebells and so difficult to capture that carpet of blue with a camera.
It was brilliant to see them, and the light was perfect
A lovely way to spend a quiet Sunday 🙂
So pretty, love the greens.
Beautiful light! Love the bluebells.
It was a perfect time to see them!
A nice shady spot. Lovely, Sue.
Best wishes, Pete.
It was lovely
What a view! It makes me think of the wildflowers I used to see in spring in the park in Illinois while wandering the back path. 🙂 Happy!!
Very happy, Janet!
Ah what a lovely capture Sue ! It would definitely have made my day too .The bluebell colour combination with Spring ‘greens’ is perfect with patches of sunlight there!