In April we often find the Spanish bluebells flowering earlier than the Cornish bluebells. Native bluebells I find are stronger and more prolific in their colours and stand out much clearer. With camellias dying down and magnolias in full bloom together with violets and more, the scenic views are splendid in spring.
This sea of flowering native bluebells was taken at Godolphin House. Long grasses and lush green leafy trees made a spectacular frame for the flowers. Of course, Poldark was filmed here at the house too.
April showers are often referred to and on my violet you can spy droplets.
One can just imagine pirates cries by the coast whilst taking in the thickness of mist and fog of a morning some days. This photo was taken at Levant Mine in Penwith during the week. Within 5 minutes the scene was clear as a bell again.
Another day, the sun is shining and everything seem so bright.
Wherever you travel in Cornwall you will find remains of the mining industry with chimney stacks and more. The moorland with short shrubs and vegetation looks great with flowering heather.
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