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Old 2nd May 2019
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Derbyshire Bluebells

I missed the best light this morning but at least I also missed the rain and hail!
It was a lovely walk in the woods at Morley.





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Re: Derbyshire Bluebells

Lovely. Bluebells are excellent this year.
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Re: Derbyshire Bluebells

These images have about them a fairytale quality, Phill - I can picture Little Red riding Hood traipsing through those woods on her way to grandmas!
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Re: Derbyshire Bluebells

I agree Paul it's a great year for bluebells.

I didn't see any wolves Mark but just missed the herd of deer that live there too.
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Re: Derbyshire Bluebells

Excellent bluebells but the rain and hail was this afternoon.
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Re: Derbyshire Bluebells

It started drizzling about 11:00 here and then really rained hard and hailed after lunch. Sun came out later though and was gorgeous so I should have gone back. Jobs at home got in the way though
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Re: Derbyshire Bluebells

Lovely pictures, you did a great job.
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