It's mid May and the sun now doesn't set until 9pm, so an evening stroll in the woods reveals the most wonderful light. Low sun cutting through gaps in the trees highlighting patches of moss, unfurling ferns and budding leaves.
But now the bluebells are also out.
Ever since the camera became my primary creative outlet, at this time of year I've attempted to capture bluebells through the lens. They are one of my all-time favourite flowers, with a delightful scent that always takes me back to childhood. But taking a photo that captures that sense has continually eluded me.
This evening, however, I think I got as close as I ever have.
As always, click on the images for larger versions