Friday, 3 May 2019

Beautiful bluebells


The nature reserve the kind lady told me about is Low Wood, managed by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. It is apparently particularly notable for its bluebells, and I have to say that they are stunning. It's hard to give a true impression of an English bluebell wood in photographs. Trust me, it's ten times more spectacular than this... It's also hard not to get carried away taking pictures. I hope you enjoy these. 








8 comments:

  1. They are beautiful. It looks like the forest has a blue carpet. I remember my mum saying how she loved the Bluebells in Yorkshire.

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  2. Beautiful. It seems to be a universal truth that, while there are some rightly famous bluebell woods, some are virtually unknown except to local people (and intrepid photographers!).

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  3. Heavenly! I have only twice been in an English bluebell wood and I treasure the memory. I also keep planting bluebells here, hoping they will eventually spread.

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  4. Amazingly beautiful. So glad you wanted to share a small part of this experience!

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  5. Bluebell woods are usually quiet, and they have a unique scent. That is how I remember them.

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