When I was out walking in the woods, I saw a few bluebells. Not a carpet of blue but a few, here and there. It was definitely still the time for Celandines and Wood Anemones, not the Bluebells’ turn yet!

On the way back I spotted this Dock Bug taking a break on a Bluebell. Not the usual plant to see them on, but it makes for quite unique photos! As the name suggests, Dock Bugs are usually found on or near Dock plants (or related plants) as that’s the food for their nymphs (babies).

By Suzy Shipman

I like to take photos and write words ...

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