Spring is always a glorious time of year. The countryside starts to come alive again; colourful flowers, the smell of fresh air, sunshine after the gloomy winter months. Walking in the country is particularly pleasant, as the weather is generally still cool enough. Not that it ever really gets hot up here. Still, the past week or so has been unseasonally warm. Good thing it coincided with some time off from work, with Easter so late this year.

A particularly common sight is the presence of bluebells. On Twitter the Woodland Trust and others have been regularly documenting sightings. Before I even realised about this though, we were out for a walk near Compton and came across a spread of bluebells at Bunmoor Copse. Sure enough, we also encountered another rather common sighting at this time of year – the budding photographer…

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