Bluebell Wood

posted in: Photography | 19
One evening we drove to our nearest bluebell wood in Perthshire to see the glorious display of  Scottish wildflowers. Time flew! As a result we didn’t even realise that we had spent 1.5 hours there. We just had such a great time photographing the native flowers and the surrounding landscape. 


 Bluebell wood, Perthshire, native flower photography from Scotland
blooms

 

 

Hyacinthus nonscriptus, nature photography, Bluebell Wood, Perthshire
A winding wildflower path through Bluebell Wood
 

The shadows gently danced across the woodland path and the birds of prey were calling in the sky above.   Below us we could hear the sound of the River Almond gently flowing. While all around was the heady scent from the wild flowers. 

 

 Scottish native flowers,Hyacinthus nonscriptus, nature photography, Bluebell Wood, Perthshire
Hyacinthus nonscriptus – UK native flowers  – Bluebell wood


I just wish this place was closer to home as it’s my favourite place to visit each May.  

So glad that at last I could share this little piece of nature with my mum!


Bluebell Wood Impressionism

https://www.theimagefile.com/v/ui/668419/d1337.jpg?1510775339
impressionist style …if you’re in my photography circles on G+ you’ll know that I’m exploring this art form just now.  Creating Impressionist Photographs
 



Rosie Nixon
Follow Rosie Nixon:

Rosie is based in Perth, Perthshire as a garden photographer, writer and nature lover. She enjoys soaking up nature in her own garden and is easily distracted from doing the weeding by anything that flutters, flies, buzzes, creeps or crawls! She enjoys sharing the beauty of creation through her photography. Rosie has been featured on TV on BBC2's The Beechgrove Garden and she uses the Scottish outdoors as her natural light studio. Her work can be seen at the only photographic gallery in Scotland - Close Gallery, 4b Howe Street, Edinburgh.

19 Responses

  1. Ellie

    Your bluebell wood is just stunning with all of those beautiful flowers. The perfect place to take a picture of your mum – who, by the way, looks lovely too.
    Hope they enjoyed their holiday. 🙂

  2. Kim Stevens

    Oh gosh, what a magical place Rosie, I can see why it's one of your favorites….gorgeous!!

  3. Floridagirl

    Wow, those are some stunning shots of your bluebells! Wish I had a place like that to shoot portraits of my family. I know I said it before, but you do live in a magical, dreamy place. (Glad I popped by here today, as I had forgotten that I wanted to try that impressionist thing.)

  4. Pieces of Sunshine

    Such beautiful scenes…. The weather looks wonderful too. So good to able to share this place with your mum – hope your father had a good book with him.

  5. Liz

    Beautiful images Rosie! I'd love to spend time like this with my Mum but she is almost 2000km away. It sounds like your Dad is a patient man like my husband 🙂

Comments are closed.