I was saying to a mate of mine how I didn't expect the bluebells to be out quite this early and that Wytham Woods were looking grand. He said, oh, you want a carpet of bells, go to Tubney Woods and gave me some vague directions (we were in the pub).
A few days later, off I went. After much confused texting, I eventually found it. The first thing that is great about this wood is the amount of light. This was due to the beech trees, well spaced and only just forming a delicate canopy. The bluebells created a carpet that stretched literally as far as the eyes could see. Getting this sense of depth, I found really difficult. Any thoughts?