Single Bluebell in Prehen Woods, Derry

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Derry, United Kingdom

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Small 8.0" x 11.2"
Medium 12.0" x 16.8"
Large 16.0" x 22.4"
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  • Superior quality silver halide prints
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[bluebell, Canon EOS 5d, Derry, flowers, duvet, forestry, hyacinthoides non scripta, iPad cover, iPhone cover, Ireland, Laptop cover, leggings, Londonderry, mugs, N Ireland, postcard, Prehen, spring, throw pillows, tote bag, trees, Ulster, wild, wildflowers, Wildflower Card, Woodland Trust, woods, >500 >1,000 >2,000 >3,000, >4,000 views, one feature]


Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II  ||   Lens: Canon 24-70 zoom f/2.8 (set at 42mm)  ||   Shutter: 1/640  ||   Aperture: f/2.8


  1. 3th May 2016 View Count reached 8,000
     
  2. 29th Sept 2012 featured for first time in a RedBubble Group, in Breathtaking Animals & Plants
     
    Every flower here is under threat because once again the bulldozers and chain saws have entered Prehen Woods (February 2012) to destroy another corner of the woods to make way for more houses.
     
    A local campaign: No to housing development in Prehen Woods has a Facebook page and an online petition
     
    This single wild bluebell was photographed in Prehen Woods, Derry. This drooping head of blue flowers is the classic native bluebell. [ Botanical Name: Hyacinthoides non-scripta ]
     
    Prehen Woods is a small wooded parkland area close to Derry City, N. Ireland. It has taken constant campaigning by local residents to protect the woods from threats of clearance for housing.
     
    It has always had a wonderful display of Spring flowers. These bluebells are at their best for only a few days each year.
     
    Having missed them last year I was delighted to catch them this time around.
     
    There are three types of Bluebell found in the wild in Ireland. These Native Bluebell, the Spanish Bluebell (Botanical name: Hyacinthoides hispanica_) and a hybrid of the two.
     
    The cream coloured anthers visible in these bluebells is one of the features that allows the native bluebell (_Hyacinthoides
    non-scripta) to be distinguished from the Spanish bluebell (Hyacinthoides hispanica).
     

 
Part of my postcard range. You can follow on to another gorgeous Very Ireland Post card  


History of this Photograph on RedBubble
 

  1. 9 th March 2016 View Count reached 4,000
     
  2. 21st December 2014 View Count reached 2,004
     
  3. 22 nd April 2013 View Count reached 1,000
     
  4. 29th Sept 2012 featured for first time in a RedBubble Group, in Breathtaking Animals & Plants
     
  5. 22 March 2012 view count reached 500
     
  6. 27th May 2011 View count reached 104
     
  7. 25th April 2011 Uploaded to RedBubble
     

Technical Photographic Detail

Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: Canon 24-70 zoom f/2.8 (set at 42mm)
Exposure: 1/640
Aperture: f/2.8
Filter: Polariser
ISO: 1600

Artwork Comments

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