Scottish blue bells

geoffhandley(Shropshire, UK)August 10, 2005

This is a photograph that I took on the Scottish borders, just inside the grounds of a castle. A rather nice grouping of what I think the Scots call bluebells. We English call them harebells, in the campanula family, Campanula rotundifolia.

Here is the view just to the left - Hermitage castle. looks like something out of Lord of the Rings.

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