Wool, Wiltshire and All Manner of Wonderful Things!

Badbury Bluebells

Just over the county border lies Badbury Copse, near Farringdon, Oxfordshire. The site-once an iron age hill Fort -is managed by the National Trust, and there grows what can only be called a carpet of bluebells.

Utterly gorgeous .

The views from the wood are just as lovely, with the oil seed rape in full bloom.

It’s good to be out again.

Comments on: "Badbury Bluebells" (26)

  1. The carpet of bluebells is beautiful I love the final image on your post – wow – I love when tree(s) frame an image!

  2. Absolutely stunning. The smell must have been intoxicating.

  3. Beautiful photos. Love all the bluebells.

  4. gillyflower said:

    Oh, those views bring back such lovely memories of our May visit many, many years ago. At Thomas Hardy’s cottage, we saw a carpet of bluebells, and the country roads were adorned with those same golden fields. Beautiful!

  5. Amazing photos Cathy, the bluebells are indeed a carpet,

  6. How I missed those bluebells. Now we even have a small patch of our own under the oak tree although nothing beats those ‘carpets’ does it.

  7. Beautiful bluebells! Thanks for sharing your views 🙂

  8. That is so beautiful! I’d love to be walking there. Sounds like things are getting better there?

    • Getting much better, and with a bit of luck soon be able to entertain family in our house.Meantime I am enjoying OUT,

  9. How absolutely exquisite!

  10. So beautiful! I love seeing the bluebells and rapeseed fields – unfortunately I have to dose myself up with hayfever medicine when I see yellow fields!! And YES it is GOOD to be out.

  11. Love to see the bluebells in Yorkshire – Spring! xx

  12. The bluebells make a very pretty carpet but I do like the bottom photo, the view is lovely 🙂

  13. The colors are so pretty. They would be wonderful in a color work project!

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