In March this year we went for a bracing walk in Trosely Country Park, a large and lovely wooded parkland area popular with walkers and cyclists. There were few flowers out, unsurprisingly, but we could see plenty of greenery from the forthcoming bluebells. I wanted to make sure that we didn’t miss their magnificent display as we had the previous year, so a couple of months later we came back to see them in their full glory.
We’d left it a little too late — the beautiful flowers were already beginning to look a little bedraggled. But I managed to capture some lovely pictures of the violet-blue sea as it swept off into the distance under the dappled shadows from the forest trees.
The photos have languished on my phone since, a typical sad fate for most of our photos these days. So I finally uploaded them today and if you like this sort of thing, you can view the whole album on Flickr.