Kerrie Ann Gardner | Folklore
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Bluebell path.

Folklore

Once you’re immersed in a bluebell woodland, it’s easy to believe that faeries exist. In folklore, they are synonymous with the land of Fae and it was once believed that faeries would ring the flowers to mark a gathering.

Whether this is true or not still remains to be seen, but there is an undeniable enchantment about a bluebell wood.

Date

June 28, 2015

Category

Dorset