Tag Archives: Ashridge Estate

A shaft of light

We’ve reached that time of the year when the Greens look tired and shabby. That wonderful palette of greens that we enjoyed a few short months ago has gone, to be replaced by a homogenous tone. I was in the … Continue reading

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At the Third Visit

Today’s image sees me back on top of Ivinghoe Beacon to check-out a field I have viewed and photographed twice before. The first image, click here, was taken in June of last year when the field was a wash of … Continue reading

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Dockey Wood Bluebells

Finally we got to visit our favourite Bluebell Wood two days ago. This is Dockey Wood on the Ashridge Estate not far from Berkhamstead. It’s the best Beech wood with Bluebells that I know, and we have been visiting this … Continue reading

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Beech Trees

Yesterday we were blessed with another beautiful, albeit cold, day. Time for a visit to the Ashridge Estate – a favourite area of protected woodland, close to Ivinghoe Beacon and Bluebell woods that have been familiar sites for posts on … Continue reading

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