The local Bluebells are out and, as usual there is a mixture of colours from Deep blue to white.
A few mixed Bluebells taken earlier today. By mixed I mean that there are three different colours, blue, white and pink.
Three shots taken yesterday afternoon in what were the grounds of a demolished fever hospital. These Bluebells have colonised a few areas of the grounds and these photos were all taken from low down with a wide angle zoom lens on the camera.
The first Bluebells (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) I’ve come across so far this year. These were adjacent to the towpath of the Calder and Hebble Navigation earlier today.
The English Bluebell, Hyacinthoides non-scripta.
Bluebell variations, four images, three different colours.
It’s that time of year again. A couple of Bluebell photos.
A couple of Bluebells from the emerging masses of them near home.
The Bluebells in the woods behind the house are now in full bloom and there seems to be a abundance of flowers this year. It’s surprising not only how …
A few bluebells from the woods behind the house.