Most bluebells images don't so much depict bluebells but rather a carpet of bluebell colour with the flowers too small to see in any detail. But I love creating images with good bold foreground interest to help lead the eye into the frame and thats what I sought to do here by getting the camera as low and close as I could.
The problem with bluebells however is that the closer you get to them the sparser they appear. Finding a composition that works is really difficult. This is the third year in a row that I have been to these woods searching for this kind of image and this is the only one that has worked. Yet, there is still plenty of room for improvement. Maybe next year.