Wonderful and, indeed, needs no words.
Thanks, Kate. That woodland is two minutes’ walk from my house. My garden is full of bluebells, too — as well as pink and white ones!
dog and bluebells!! Soon the camas lillies too. Beautiful photo! It’s spring!
Yes, it is indeed. The lilac tree in my garden is in full bloom and the blue irises are out. Happy days 🙂
Wonderful, isn’t it? Such a healing colour 🙂
I love bluebells. Such a lovely photo!
Thank you 🙂 Yes, I love bluebells, too. And I don’t know if it’s an illusion after the extra grey winter, but they seem to be growing in greater abundance and are a much brighter blue than usual.
Big smiles over here 🙂
Smiles make so much difference to everything 🙂 🙂 🙂
What a lovely place to wander. 🙂
It is indeed. I do so love peace and quiet — well, not complete quiet, as I love birdsong and the sound of the wind in the trees, but freedom from people noise and white noise is greatly refreshing at times.
Beautiful! On the same day as you were out with your dog, a friend and I were sitting amidst tthe Bluebells paint brushes at hand, enjoying the intoxicating perfume and the magical atmosphere as we dabbled with our watercolours, it was a beautiful experience. Sadly on this occasion we had to leave our dogs at home. 🙂
Now that’s something I haven’t done for ages, sitting painting pictures of flowers. When I was a teenager, I did loads of flower pictures, but I used poster paints that used to come in little glass pots (they’re probably made of plastic now). I also did oil paintings but was very messy, sometimes using my hands!
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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