Posted by Tom Merriman

A future writer living in the present day

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  1. That second pic – beautiful, crystal clear! I love bluebells, such a delicate fragrance too 😺💕xxx

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    1. Thanks, Samantha. They appeared all of a sudden – they weren’t there the day before.
      Nature is amazing at times.

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      1. It is – always a little miracle to be found somewhere 🙂 xxx

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  2. They look like an army marching along…So love seeing color again. You don’t realize how much you miss it until it starts coming back into your awareness again. Anything but white! Blue/Purple is my favorite color…Happy Spinging TL……VK 🙂

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    1. Happy Spring, VK! Yes, colour does add a special touch, doesn’t it?

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  3. They look prolific. I have yet to see Scotland with the bluebells out; och aye a bonnie sight by all accounts.

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    1. I believe so, Col. I only live down the road from Scotland, but I’ve never been!

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      1. That is so crazy – in the same way tourists from overseas often go to local places I’ve never seen, a day or two after arrival!
        Scotland is gorgeous, but the climate and the flies are a distinct downside.

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        1. I’ll probably be used to both, Col, but at least I’m prepared now, for when I venture north of the border!

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  4. Please take another in full bloom. Really nice.

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    1. Will do, Beverly. I’m keeping my eyes peeled!

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  5. Beautiful Tom! 🙂

    We’re still waiting for the trees to bud here in Manchester – the last storm killed a lot of the early flowers!!! 😦

    God Bless!

    Prenin.

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    1. Most of the trees here are that young shade of green now, Prenin. A very welcome sight, I don’t mind saying!

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  6. Our leaves are starting to turn all colours of autumn over here 🙂

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    1. That’s also a nice sight, Raili. I love colourful Autumns.

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  7. How lovely. I am missing my bluebell walk this year, as I’m not in the UK, but I imagine the woods will have drifts of them just about to burst into full fower.

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    1. I’ll be posting a few more photos when they bloom, Elaine, so that you don’t miss things too much!

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      1. Thank you – there’s nothing much lovelier than a bluebell walk. 🙂

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