As a long-time lover of mountainous landscapes, I fear I’ve given short shrift to their flatter cousins. I’m more well rounded now that I’ve taken several spring walks around Wrabness, a village along the River Stour in… 52 more words
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I saw this rhododendron right at the top of the bluebell wood in Emmetts Garden, a National Trust property just outside Sevenoaks in Kent and noted the pendant habit of the flowers and of course, the warm, deep shades of orange, both setting this apart as a rather special rhododendron. 1,063 more words
These photos were taken in Ghost Wood on Tuesday 15th April 2014.
While I was in the woods I bumped into several responsible dog owners (poopi bags with them) who all commented on how beautiful the woods looked with all of the bluebells and how wonderful the scent was.