Shadows fascinate me
Earth is waking from it’s Winters sleep
warmer days are such a treat
Spring has begun
or has it just sprung
birds are tweeting
Sheep are bleeting
blossom filling the air with scent
smell them quick before they are spent
and busy Bees
pollinating our trees
fluffy white clouds whirling, twirling swirling
for what this year will bring
Bluebells are blooming and filling Serpentine Wood at National Trust Calke Abbey with their heavenly scent and bright blue petals. Whilst visiting on a sunny blue sky day they seemed to be the perfect compliment for the acid green leaves bursting from Beech trees.
What could be more idyllic than an English woodland filled with Bluebells and birdsong in Spring. Click here for a virtual Bluebell visit.
Abstract Bluebell photos. I would love to know what you think