A virtual bluebell walk through the Cotswolds
PUBLISHED: 13:32 04 May 2020
Fragrant bluebells are carpeting woodlands across the Cotswolds as we speak but we can’t leave home to seek them out like we normally would. So, we’ve put together a virtual bluebell walk to tide you over
Take a virtual stroll through Frith Wood and you might spot a roe deer between the trees.
See the grand backdrop of Croome Court as you admire the bluebells that have sprung up on the rolling grounds.
You’re half expecting a fairy to flit across this photograph snapped at Siccaridge Wood.
Dappled sunshine highlights patches of bluebells throughout the Lower Woods Nature Reserve.
How inviting is this bluebell-flanked pathway at Coughton Court?
The enchanting Lassington Wood is carpeted with bluebells at this time of year.
At this time of year, everywhere you look, there will be a mixture of beautiful flora to gaze upon, like here at Woodchester Park.
Densely-packed trees protruding from the forest floor provide a fairytale scene at Foxholes Nature Reserve near Burford.
The advent of bluebells means that spring is in full swing and summer is almost here.
They’re one of our favourite flowers.
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