Bluebell wood in Guernsey Channel Islands is a riot of colour in the springtime.
The temperature so far this year has not been very spring like (happily I managed to escape it and spend it in more reliably warm Phoenix Arizona).
The sun and the warmth returned yesterday so what seemed like every walker and dog on the island headed for bluebell wood before the bluebells die back for another year.
Daisies break through the traditional guernsey granite boundary walls.
A lot of time and effort is being put into removing the non indigenous white bluebells. The paths leading to the wood are still showing a lot of white.
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