Top Tips on Photographing the Floral Spectacles this Spring

Bluebells at Middleton Woods The May Bank holiday marks the arrival of spring. It's a celebration that has been going since the days of Ancient Rome! Floralia was a festival celebrated by the ancient Romans, the festivities occurred between  28th April and 3rd May and was held in honour of goddess Flora (goddess of flowers, vegetation, and fertility). Today the Spring Bank Holiday is enjoyed across the UK in a wide variety of ways. Some places will have welcomed Morris Dancers over the recent bank holiday, other places will have put on fairs and carnivals, some people will have gone out walking, while others may have enjoyed simply staying at home.  To me, it felt quite fitting to be spending this spring bank holiday exploring the floral spectacle currently on show at Middleton Woods. Continue reading Top Tips on Photographing the Floral Spectacles this Spring