Wednesday, April 22, 2020

British Bluebells

If there are any good things about our current house arrest, one is keeping in contact with friends in Britain, getting their news and how they're coping. Having sent a picture of our Florida frangipani in bloom (see below), I got a stream of British scenes in return - spring tulips and daffodils, even a British robin, which I miss so much here.
  But this one takes the prize. A real British bluebell wood somewhere in Sussex. A friend and her husband discovered it while on their regulation exercise walk. They are lucky of course to live in such a beautiful place.

There's nothing to beat that delicate blue mist. Nothing like it in the world.

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