📷 SteemitPhotoChallenge Entry - Heather Bell Irish Wildflower 🌺steemCreated with Sketch.

How many times have we walked past a flower without noticing?
How many times have we ran across the meadows without stopping and looking around?

I often wonder...

Found this beauty in a forest walk in Wicklow Mountains, near Dublin, Ireland.

Natural. Perfect. Beautiful.

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This is such a sweet post <3 gorgeous photo , upvoted and resteemed!

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Aw, thanks. :)

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Thank you miss Happy :)

There's a meadow right behind my house that I often run across without stopping and looking. The bull who lives there might have something to do with it.

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At least you got company :D

Lovely photo of a Fox Glove; I'm looking forward to summer already!

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Thank you - Can't wait myself! :)
Today we had a great morning at 12 degrees.

Pretty :)

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It's beautiful! Love nature :)

So pretty! In Scotland these grow by the road and I was amazed by that as my mother had them in a formal garden in New York. A big upvote!

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There are some surprisingly beautiful wild flowers that grow randomly here in Ireland by the road too... some would consider them weeds lol!

Thank you very much for the upvote! 👍

Beautiful shot! love foxgloves! They are my favorite flowers in the wild in Scotland!

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Thank you! They are really stunning looking. I need to visit Scotland :) I've been only hearing good things about it.. saw some photos.. love the raw feel of the landscapes there.. :)

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I just noticed you called it heather bell.but it’s not heather bells. Heather is a a tiny flower that grows close to the ground. 😊

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Thanks for that :)
I googled to figure out the name and that's what I got :D

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Lol. Someone got it wrong. Heather bells grow very close to the ground. Check this It’s one of the symbols of Scotland.