One of the things I often stop to snap are golden fields of rapeseed, of course, they are everywhere these days, so no big deal, but I think if you can get the right backdrop or feature it adds interest, so I was pleased to find this expanse of gold today on my rounds. With nice rolling hills on the horizon and a lovely little church right in the middle of it.
As for the Blue, well, I have never quite been in the right place at exactly the right time and had much in the way of opportunity to photograph bluebell woods. Obviously in Scotland we have a different Bluebell, the Scottish Bluebell, which I think is the "harebell". The blue flowers the English get are actually field hyacinths, which is what these are. Nevertheless, I counted this as a great opportunity and one of the best, thickest bluebell patch I have ever stumbled upon. Oddly enough at this time of year these images do pop up and I was racking my brain where I might find one, when today I took a different route for a change and stumbled upon a track I hadn't been on before. I was chuffed to bits to find it.