20090510-40_Bluebells-Cawston Woods

Originally uploaded by gary.hadden


Another good year for bluebells in Cawston Woods (Fox Covert and Cawston Spinney) To the south of Rugby, Warwickshire.

The woods don’t cover a large surface area, but are by far the biggest woods for miles around and every year for a couple of weeks are carpeted with bluebells.

It was quite special being in the woods just after sunrise, the birdsong was just incredible and the bluebells although maybe not quite as prolific as last year were still spectacular in the early morning shafts of light.

You could easilly walk through the woods in 5-10 minutes,but on a morning like this, that would be almost a crime, the sights and sounds demanding a wander and time to take it all in.

Thanks for reading, Gary.


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