The very few (compared to those) bluebells I have in my yard are blooming too. Too bad it is the period called "les Saints de glace", totally true this year, we're freezing !!!Eager to be in June, month of roses, and to see what you'll offer us from the botanic garden ...
'Bluebells, cockleshells, pretty maids...' These are gorgeous and are one of my favorite flowers.
Even before reading Marylène’s comment I shivered looking at that “magic carpet.” Whew.Your senryû under yesterday’s comment still makes me laugh, Alexa. Or should I say, “Sneeze”?
And what a beautiful world yours is today, Alexa ~ I'd love to roll around in this but would not want to bruise such beauties. My wv is dighsa. I guess the gardeners doing plenty of that here!
TG -- thanks for pointing out the difference between haiku and senryu. Who knew?
Beautiful and delightful world!Have a great week.
I wish I was there to see that. Beautiful!
Wow! I liked enlarging this too! beautiful.
wow, a field of bluebells--magical!
I love seeing large fields of wildflowers. Wonderful shots of the bluebells.
Fantastic. A New Yorker myself, I keep meaning to get to the Botanical Garden. Your bluebells are almost as good as being there.
Thanks, merci, grazie, danke, hvala, gracias, spasibo, shukran, dhanyavaad, salamat, arigato, and muito obrigado for your much-appreciated comments.