Here in Scotland the bluebell season is at its peak around mid-May. Drifts shimmer on the woodland floor, filling the air with a beautiful scent. Swathes of azure blue spread across hillsides, and as you stand in silent wonder you might well hear a cuckoo calling from up in the glen.
These are some of our favourite photos of bluebells, mostly taken in Argyll and Lochaber.
Photos copyright © Colin & Jo Woolf
A little confusingly, the harebell (Campanula rotundifolia) is often known as ‘the bluebell of Scotland’. You can read more about these lovely flowers here on The Hazel Tree.