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  • kizilod

    blue flowers by path in woods

  • Carol Engelmann

    I could walk along this pathway in my mind to another place where I find the answer to my question or the inspiration that is looking for me!

  • Heidi Heider

    Lavender fields. ✭~~hh/

  • Sarah Bond

    Spring has sprung in the forest......... Wot a beautiful place for a walk before a picnic. #moshuluspringpicnic@moshulushoes

  • Vicki Jeffries

    Bluebell forest path, England. I have not seen this sight since I was a little girl. I wish I could walk in the bluebell-filled woods again. "Oh, England, my lionheart, I'm in your garden fading fast in your arms..."

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Bluebells.symbolic of humility and gratitude. Associated with constancy, gratitude and everlasting love. Are also closely linked to the realm of fairies and are sometimes referred to as "fairy thimbles." To call fairies to a convention, the bluebells would be rung. Bluebells are widely known as harebells in Scotland. The name originated due to the hares that frequented the fields covered with harebells. Some sources claim that witches turned themselves into hares to hide among the flowers.

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Bluebell Forest Path, run, run, run away!!!! As hard as you can run.. as long as you can run.. run away!