23 Apr 2019

HALLERBOS - THE BLUE FOREST


Mid April the ground of the Hallerbos (Bois de Hal) is covered with Blue Bells, which gives a fairy impression of the wood and looks absolutely beautiful.

I had been there two years ago see here ( The Blue Forest) at the same time, so I was a bit disappointed because the Blue Bells were late, or we were too early !







We got a plan with signs where we could see a little blooming field between the wood, while usually this is not necessary because the whole wood's ground is blooming.









It still looked beautiful, but this week it looks like this





got the photos from a friend who was there yesterday.




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13 comments:

Fun60 said...

I love this time of year. The carpet of blue beneath the trees is stunning.

Andrew said...

Your friend did very well with the photos.

Jutta.K. said...

I love the colors blue and green in the nature.
The photos are so beautiful !
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s.c said...

Wonderful sight.

Penelope Puddlisms said...

I have a few lovely clumps of blue bells in my yard but they are not nearly as dramatic as a field of them you have pictured here. I can only dream of walking along a path surrounded by these enchanted flowers.

Klara said...

cool, I didn't go this year. so, a few days make big difference.

Loree said...

The blue bells make the forest look truly magical.

Lady Fi said...

Wow - so gorgeous!

Wendy said...

Yes I think you were slightly too early. There is woodland near us that is as pretty and apparently the bluebells are out now so I will try and get there this week. Usually someone posts to alert everyone that the bluebells are out.

William Kendall said...

Very pretty!

Michelle said...

When the bluebells are all in bloom, it looks like picture from a fairytale!

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