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This is bluebells time in forest.
Wikipedia says: In spring, many north-western European woods are covered by dense carpets of this flower; these are commonly referred to as "bluebell woods".
So here is a bluebell woods in Ireland.
Hope you will like it.
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Inviting image for a lovely walk BY this image IN THE fresh air of all beauty
Great picture well done JANEK KLOSS.
Spring bluebells are always an attraction to a photographer and equally pleasing to the viewere. I like your pov, using the leaf covered paths to border and draw attention to the central patch of flowers.
However, the problem for me, is where is the focus? Just a fern in the centre and an overhanging branch. With the title focussing on the bluebells, I would have expected to see more of them sharp.
Perhaps I have missed something, my friend!