Bluebell Wood Tour, Woodland Wildflowers In Spring (Easter 2019)
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Bluebell Wood Tour, Woodland Wildflowers In Spring (Easter 2019)


Hello, I’m Liz Zorab and this channel is Byther Farm. Today Mr J. and I are out in the woods because we want to show you the bluebells.

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  2. Wow, the bluebells and all of the woodland around you is absolutely beautiful Liz. Thank you for sharing this….the editing and music were perfect πŸ™‚

  3. I have never seen so many bluebells at one time .. its breath taking.. curious , is the bird song natural or does it come with the music added in the video?

  4. There are no words really to describe such wonder, only feelings, internal emotions of heartbreaking yearning. Incredibly beautiful πŸ’š

  5. Nice one Liz.
    The whole of my local hill "Cam Peak" was covered in bluebells a week ago. If I remember I'll add a picture of it in my next video.
    Steve

  6. What a lovely day, I just got back from a stressful and painful doctor visit and this was just what I needed. Thank you.

  7. Lovely video Liz. My last walk was a bluebell walk and they were absolutely stunning! The sunlight through the trees, the sea of purple colour. A natural miracle. Thanks for this calm and tranquil video.

  8. Oh my, Liz, that was wonderful. I wish we had a walk like that. I would force my feet to take me there, pain and all. That just takes your breath away! Thank you for sharing. Happy gardening.

  9. I love hearing the birds singing and the music for this video is perfect, it must have been a great day. And the bluebells are beautiful. Thanks liz 🐦🐦🐦🌝🌝

  10. Beautiful! I would have been talking or making noises about the serene beauty. It must have taken a lot of discipline to just let the birds and quietness be the only camera audio. Breathtaking!

  11. just beautiful…no words are needed….i was doing a breathing treatment as i watched and the birds were singing….

  12. Wow! I have a few bluebells growing wild in my front garden, but nothing like this. They are spectacular!

  13. We all need to get back to nature. I multitask all the time, as soon as I heard you mentioned woodlands and heard the birds, I stopped, put you on pause for a sec, turned everything off came back and sat down for 6+ minutes to put myself there. I believe Mother Nature is the answer for a lot of the craziness in the world (like the person that gave a thumbs down, really?). My sister and my vacations, we jump on a plane and get lost in the woods for days. Thank you Liz!! πŸ˜‰

  14. That is absolutely beautiful. So peaceful. Those bluebells look like a blue mist on the forest floor.

  15. Simply beautiful. One of my favourite places to go in late spring is a beech wood near us but for health reasons I didn’t make it this year. Thankyou… you just did the next best thing πŸ™‚

  16. Beautiful Liz. There must be 1000s . So nice to hear the birds singing too. Springtime is my favourite time of the year. Lovely video. Take care. Nick

  17. I grew up next to woods and country lanes and streams. We loved the bluebells, and blackberries and wild strawberries and hazelnuts or cob nuts grew in the hedgerows. We really enjoyed a wonderful childhood. I never really think of the rainy days , just of the wonderful school holidays. Nobody had to tell us to get some exercise and we often walked miles on our adventures.. As you know Liz Monmouthshire and the Wye valley and surrounding areas have such beauty to enjoy. I,m so lucky to enjoy 2 cultures and I can appreciate the best of both worlds.

  18. How beautiful! Thanks for posting. Walking/hiking in the woods is a treat for the eyes & ears & ones soul. πŸ˜ƒ

  19. So beautiful Liz , mother nature always gives us beautiful gifts. Thankyou both for sharing this. I was taking photos for my friend and couldnt resist have some pics with some bluebells in our wooded area today.

  20. Hi Liz. A massive THANK YOU for this video !! I am disabled and long term ill. Going to a bluebell wood is one of my very very favourite things ever, but I haven’t been able to for many years now and really miss it. So finding your video has been such a treat and blessing to me !! (We have some bluebells in the garden but I think they are all Spanish ones… hopefully we will be able to replace them some time). Thanks again x

  21. Watched it twice so far Liz – just beautiful. This reminded me of a wood I used to play in as a kid that we called Bluebell wood. Carpets of flowers just like this, but they never lasted for long. Magical. Thanks πŸ€—

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