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A couple of weeks ago I loaded up my pinhole camera with some colour film and went for a slow stroll in Alsa Woods. I normally choose monochrome film for my…

With a few frames of pinhole photos left to shoot I went out this morning to use them up around the local nature reserve, but took a digital camera along for…

The bluebells in Alsa Woods are really in their prime now. I took a gentle stroll through this glorious carpet of blue on my way home from the post office today…

At home the bluebells are now past their best, so it was a delight to find them in full bloom here in mid-Wales. I sneaked out before breakfast and the…

English Bluebells are in full flower in local woods. A suitably jolly subject for my 9700th post on this site I think.

In folklore, bluebells were said to ring when fairies were summoning their kin to a gathering;  but if a human heard the sound, it would be their death knell…

A disclaimer about this particular set of photos. I realised once I got to the trail that I had in fact only packed my 50mm prime lens... so I had to make do…

Bluebells quite a rare site here, every year less ans less. People don't get it if you step on them the bells will not come back next year. But is a beautiful…

I got home from work this evening without having taken a single photo. I had race then to get dinner cooking and find a photo before our food was ready and the…

The UK is an international stronghold for bluebells, with more than a quarter of the world's population found here. More than that, taking a walk through a…

I had felt that picture 99 should have been of a red balloon. Not easy to spot on your average bike journey. So instead I have gone blue. Had to use manual…

Bagger Wood is a 67.56 acres woodland in the English county of South Yorkshire England, near to the village of Hood Green, about 4 miles south-west of Barnsley.
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