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Bluebells at Ashridge Estate, Chilterns
England

The Ashridge estate is a large wooded area which now belongs to the National Trust and is very popular for walkers, mountain bikers, hikers and picknickers. In the center is a tall tower, the Bridgewater Monument, which can be climbed via a sprial staircase for extensive views of the surrounding countryside. The bluebells, a spring woodland flower shown in this panorama, are at their best in late April and Early May. For more information see the National Trust web page. http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-ashridge

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Tags: trees; forest; woods; bluebells; countryside; uk; england; chilterns
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