Shenandoah Bluebells 6
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Stream banks, low moist woods, and floodplains are Virginia Bluebell’s native habitat. They grow in open woods and bottomlands from New York to South Carolina and west to Minnesota, Kansas, and Alabama. It is usually in mid-April in northern Virginia that these native beauties will light up the forest floor along rivers and streams. My “Shenandoah Bluebells” images were captured along the Bluebell Trail in Shenandoah River State Park near Bentonville, Virginia. Number 6 showcases a tiny cluster of deep blue/lavender flowers, with the focus slightly softened around the edges, blending into a gentle bokeh background.
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April 12th, 2021
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