This was shot just outside the quaintly-named English village of Pott Shrigley in Cheshire. To get that blanket of colour effect, you really have to get down low at bluebell height - then it looks spectacular.
You have to be careful, though. On another occasion, on an adjacent hillside, I slipped, dropped my new camera and watched in horror as it bounced down the slope in front of me. The camera survived, but the lens...there were tears and recriminations, but only one person to blame!
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