Tollymore Bluebells (i)

Tollymore Bluebells (i) - Irish Landscapes
Tollymore Forest Park is located near the town of Newcastle, Co. Down. The name Tollymore (Tulaigh Mhór) is derived from ‘large hill or mound’, referring to the two hills, which are located within the forest boundary. Tollymore Forest is bursting with many varieties of flora and fauna. In springtime, parts of the forest floor come alive with a carpet of violet-blue flowers, commonly known as Bluebells. It’s a stunning woodland spectacle, demonstrating mother natures beauty at it’s best. I had the privilege of photographing this in the evening, not long before sunset.
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