Being in lockdown has made me look more closely at the world right on my doorstep, since I can’t go very much farther. I have been using my little macro lens and investigating life up close and personal, which has been an interesting process.
As many of you know, at this time of year in Sussex the woodland is carpeted with wild bluebells. I wanted to send a photograph of this wonderful sight to you all in your lockdowned, socially-distanced homes.
Given my recent macro lens explorations, I thought it would be interesting to see if I could represent the whole by focussing on a detail. Here for you, then, is a single wild bluebell, bathed in evening light, with swathes of its little fellows in the distance.
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