Bluebells are out in Durham woods!
Following up on my earlier post about Hawthorn, here’s another interesting example.
On Saturday I had a short scouting trip down to Blaid’s Wood in Durham and found the bluebells in full flower.
I’ve been for a short walk through Blaid’s Wood (see this earlier post for details) today. The wood is full of bluebells in flower between…
I had thought that the early blossom in the hedgerow was Hawthorn but closer analysis showed it wasn’t.
Regular readers will know I have a soft spot for bluebells. All the same, I was amazed when I spotted the first flowers of the season today while out on a family walk.
Looking for a bluebell wood in Durham to take photos? Here are some suggestions.
Leave your zooms at home! Limit yourself to a single prime lens and see the range of compositions and styles you can achieve. This post includes bluebell and woodland images taken using a Canon 100mm macro lens.
An update on photo locations in Durham, North Yorkshire and Northumberland from recent spring outings.
The bluebells are starting to come out in one of the more popular woods in Durham.