Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Bluebell Forest

The forest floor. Cool.
And dark. In a hidden glade.
The bluebells ring out.
Today I am linking with Floral Friday Fotos and Haiku my Heart.

41 comments:

  1. Beautiful haiku and photo. I enjoy your posts very much. I signed up as a ffollower to this blog yesterday but 'm an old time follower of your book blog.

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    1. Thanks very much! I don't have as many followers on this blog as I do on the other :)

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    2. I will recommend all your blogs to my friends and colleagues. I say colleagues because I'm a land use lawyer and a planner and I lthink your planning blog is very insightful and should be read by the professionals in my field.

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  2. I love the haiku and the photos...cheerful

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    1. Thanks, Michelle! I literally turned a corner and there they were blanketing the floor of a little gully :)

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  3. Beautiful pictures of lovely bluebells...
    Love the Haiku too.
    Thank you for your visit and comment.
    Yes, you can grow Medinilla Magnifica plant in your house.
    Happy Ester!

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    1. I m going to look into that - what a spectacular house plant that would be!

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  4. Your words are serene and lovely ~

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    1. Thank you very much, Grace! Glad you stopped by!

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  5. this is pur delight, a favorite flower and color for me!!!

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  6. I hear them all..with my eyes... excellent.. loved being here.. do visit me too at HMH.. RS:)

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    1. Thanks for coming by, Ramesh! (I will be over shortly!)

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  7. Beautiful meadows of bluebells!
    I love them!
    We find a lower Bluebell in Norway. At the coast, the moors, on poor soil, in forest edges and in the mountains up to 2050 meters above sea level.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks! That is interesting about Norway - one of the things I am loving about blogging is finding out about the larger world :)

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  8. Bluebell Forest is refreshing and wonderfully peaceful!

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  9. This is as good as it gets. A beautiful Spring scene and description of the forest floor. Wonderful!

    Peace

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  10. Lovely haiku ~ well written and awesome photos ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

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    1. Glad you liked them - thanks for coming by!!

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  11. What a beautiful field of blue bell flowers!

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  12. Calling by as another Floral Friday Foto participant, I love bluebells and miss seeing carpets of them every Spring.

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    1. Aw...well at least you got a photo! Plus you are seeing great things where you are :)

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  13. How fortunate for us that these bluebells rang out to you so we could go through the door of your beautiful haiku and into their hidden glade... thank you!

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  14. Forest...hidden glade sounds so whimsically beautiful to me. I'm a fan of blue flowers too. Lovely haiku. Happy Easter!

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  15. Ring out in joy! Shades of blue slpendor! I feel a nearby stream!

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  16. I love the blue bells and haiku! So beautiful! I recently posted my first haiku inspired by nature, such a great form of poetry. So nice we have photography and poetry in common :) Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog.

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  17. I am really enjoying this whole blogging thing too! I love your NYC photos and writing - I have never been there, so you are letting me see it :)

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  18. i can hear the bells. . . such beauty you have shown me. i live outside an urban area but near the ocean. i like thinking about the mysteries of the cool dark forest floor.

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    1. The ocean is beautiful and I love it - but the forest is mysterious, which I also love :)

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  19. Beautiful capture, Libby! Have a Happy Easter!

    Thank you for participating in Floral Friday Fotos!

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  20. love the photo and the poem!

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