Friday, 13 May 2011

Bluebell Woods









Bluebells (wild hyacinths) in birch woods,Strathearn,Central Scotland.






12 comments:

...louciao... said...

Definitely an enchanted woods!

dritanje said...

these are gorgeous images. I like the way they start in detail [amazingly clear detail] then move out, slowly, like a camera panning out - great!
M xx

biebkriebels said...

Lovely bluebells and the terrier is so sweet in nature.

Deborah Lawrenson said...

What I love most about bluebell woods and grasses is that precise shade of bluebell blue with that precise shade of grass green. You will know better than I do exactly WHY it works - almost the musical equivalent of a minor key.

henk knibbeler said...

Oh, how lovely these photo's from the Bluebell's (Hyacints) in the Forest, it look likes a poem for me.Thanks for your nice comments on my blog, Iam greatfull to you for this..

have an nice and sunny day,

best wishes,

Henk.

ruthie said...

Isn't ti a wonderful site to see! We have a bluebell filled wood by our wee cottage & the scent as we walk through is delicious. So glad to have found your blog, your work is beautiful.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

I have never seen a bluebell wood like this and love the divine shape and color of these perfect flowers. The photographer's assistant is a wonderful addition to this beautiful sequence of photos!

Bises,
Genie

joanne May said...

A beautiful bluebell wood and a cute terrier doggy. Your photos are enchanting. I love the sweet smell of the little blue flowers.

It was believed if you pick bluebells in springtime you would be protected from bad fairies! ;-)

Spring blessings to you Ruby.
Jo.

snowwhite said...

Oh, beautiful carpet of bluebell flowers and what a pleasant day!! You took me to a fairy land!
Your company is very cute.
Have a nice day!

Forest Dream Weaver said...

Perhaps Princess is looking for fairies.......in fact she may actually see them!

Thank you all for your comments.

Have a lovely week!
Ruby

LESAPEA MUSINGS said...

Oh, I have not been by in a while and I love your post. I love the bluebells and princess of course. I would love to visit Scotland in my lifetime.

Lisa xx

tattina said...

How wonderful the forest is!
A nice post and a nice blog. Thank you.
Tatyana

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