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Sunday, April 22, 2007

Bluebell wood in London

It all started when NiC bemoaned the lack of a bluebell wood in London. I knew where there was one (about half a k from where I live), so now they are out in all their glory I had to share them with you. It's such a fantastic sight - these are the native British ones, too.

posted by Ham at 00:56 -- Comments here: 14

Comments on "Bluebell wood in London"


Blogger Carpedeum said ... (04:33) : 

I love those Bluebells! There were a lot in Kew Gardens I remember.
Thanks for the great photos.


Blogger Unknown said ... (09:04) : 

Great !!!
It seems to me unreal !!


Blogger ryanvdz said ... (09:18) : 

Beautiful photo. And I agree with pab, it does have an unreal quality. Love it!


Blogger Ineke said ... (12:05) : 

Wow Ham, now beautiful.
Never seen those around in our woods!


Blogger Unknown said ... (12:17) : 

Ohhh beautiful... thanks for this i adore bluebells. How pretty.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:55) : 

Well captured. Mine'll be up later in the week.


Blogger Olive said ... (13:27) : 

That’s beautiful. It looks like it's a picture right out of a fairytale book...


Blogger Unknown said ... (14:00) : 

There's a hint of Mornington going on at mine, all players welcome...


Blogger Gerald (SK14) said ... (14:52) : 

that array beats the ones that have just sprung up under our hedge into a cocked hat.
amazing how they seem to suddenly appear.


Blogger Carlos Lorenzo said ... (19:41) : 

It's like the woods in a fairy tale. Fantastic capture Ham.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (22:35) : 

Are these in Kew, near Queen Charlotte's Cottage?


Blogger Unknown said ... (23:47) : 

Congratulations on winning a top game of Mornington Crescent over at Cheltenham, Ham! Marvellous strategy you had there, as usual. lol


Blogger CaBaCuRl said ... (02:56) : 

A very beautiful photo, thank you.


Blogger Ham said ... (08:15) : 

Glad you all enjoyed this little bit of magic that visits for a few days a year.

Denise, it's not Kew, its in Wanstead - the link to a map is in the post.


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