5/03/2017

May loves blue!


I wish every child could take a walk in our bluebell woods in May! 


The paths wind their way beneath dappled green leaves and great tides of bluebells carpet the earth.


and in the gaps you will find forget-me-nots.


The top illustration is from my children's book "The Acorn's Story"
It is now available to buy as a print from my Etsy shop- Acornmoon.

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  1. Your illustration from The Acorn's Story is fabulous. This adult also wishes she could take a walk through that magical woodland! xo

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    1. You would be more than welcome!

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  2. Never mind the kids...adults too!! One day Val...one day!!

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    1. That would be a great treat for us both!

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  3. When I read your title I did hope you were going to include forget me nots as well - they are so very pretty.

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    1. Yes, they are so pretty and have such a delicate shade of blue.

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  4. Beautiful! Such a lovely time of year:)

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    1. Hi Rosie, they are lovely this year aren't they?

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  5. So much loveliness. We don't get bluebells here so I have been drinking in the beauty of photographs from the north.

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    1. hello Sarah, I am pleased to be able to share with you some of the beauty we have in May. Thank you for your visit.

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  6. So beautiful...I would love to take a walk there!

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    1. hello Darlene, thank you for stopping by, I hope you enjoy your virtual visit to our woodland.

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  7. Gorgeous! Both the woods and your illustration!

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    1. Thank you for your kind words Robin.

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  8. Gorgeous indeed! I miss the bliss of bluebell woods!

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    1. There is nothing quite like a bluebell wood in May!

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  9. Beautiful! Spring seems to be partial to yellow here. Yellow, gold and orange. Mother Nature has an unlimited palette to work with.

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    1. Spring is always beautiful when nature has her way. Yellow and gold sound equally as lovely.

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  10. Your painting is so lovely and charming!
    And, such a lovely place to see, be and walk. We have harebells, very much like blue bells, but they bloom later in summer and I have never seen this many!

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    1. Hi tammy, from what I have observed from your photography you have an abundance of beauty, harebells are gorgeous too!

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