Bluebells Revisited

My post, ‘Bluebell Potential?‘, raised the subject of photographing Bluebells>  It questioned whether, for me, it was worth the effort since I often ended up disappointed with the results.  Well, five days later, I did revisit the woodland on which I had stumbled and had a closer look.  I think that I was still a little early for the best display, but the weather forecast was dreadful for my next opportunity so I took a look anyway,  The display had certainly moved forward and a few snaps were duly taken.  More importantly, I was able to explore the extent of this woodland more fully, and it proved to be a really rewarding walk, even though the weather was not very ‘spring like’.

Here are a couple of shots to show how the flowers and ferns had come on.

Bluebells Revisited

Bluebells RevisitedIt probably was worth waiting for, so I revisited again a few more days later.  I’ll post some more from both this visit and the later one soon.

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14 thoughts on “Bluebells Revisited

  1. Love the contrasting trees in the background and that mossy trunk. Looks like they’ve got a little way to go yet – hope you can make it out in good weather to catch them in full bloom. Love the aroma too which you just can’t capture in a photo!

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    • It was the mossy trunks and ferns that attracted me. They did have a way to go. This was taken 2 weeks ago now. I have been out again and there will be another post to follow soon. It’s a spot worth revisiting because it is fairly close.

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