Inveraray Bluebells and Beauty
I must say I never really got the big deal about bluebells – in the United States they are just another tiny sized spring flower seen here and there with others. Then I arrived here in the wilds of Argyll and traveled to Inveraray today with Janis. The carpets of bluebells on the forest floor are awe inspiring. The color is exquisite and soft. And the numbers of them are astonishing. It feels as though someone carefully painted the entire forest floor – here is a photo – however, my iPhone camera cannot quite get the full measure of them as they are a shade flower.
And here is the castle of Inveraray in all of it’s glory – another awe inspiring sight!
And as we ate lunch a Scottish Bagpiper serenaded us! What more could I ask for?