The strong NEly wind sheds dead wood from trees in our small copse and in spite of its cold chill, the first bluebells are making their way into the light.
Posted on March 29, 2020 by Dr Charlotte Braungardt
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Ahhh, my absolute favourite. One thing I miss about Cornwall is the hedgerows in the spring, full of bluebells and pink campion. Keep ’em coming, Charly. 🙂
Will do…hope you are keeping well!