I want to be there. Click on the image to make it large. Get lost in it.
Image credit: Keith Hulbert and Paul Zarucki
Bluebells (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) are small flowers which carpet the ground in many woodland areas in Britain in the springtime. The photo was taken in the late afternoon in May. The avenue of trees makes for a pretty scene.
The photo was taken in a patch of woodland called Dockey Wood between Hurst Farm and Ivinghoe Common (see link below to map) located about 1 mile from Ringshall on the north side of the road to Ivinghoe Beacon. It is just in Buckinghamshire.
Principal text © Keith Hulbert and Paul Zarucki