Photographic & speculative meanderings of a generalist with too much that 'must' be done (and one who is often easily diverted)... I'm Brad from San Diego County. I love nature... & landscape photography... There is always a how or why that can often be derived or discerned... Then there are those times to stop analyzing, when one just has to stop, breathe, and appreciate the creative wonder and beauty all around us.
Bluebell woods may be found in all parts of Great Britain and Ireland, as well as elsewhere in Europe. Carpets of Bluebells are a magnificent sight in the springtime especially in Britain. They are often associated with ancient woodlands. Bluebells are well adapted to life in woodlands. In the spring they flower before the surrounding trees come out in full leaf. This means that they complete their life cycle while light levels are high. Bluebells are able to grow quickly in the spring because they have an energy store in the form of a bulb.