This little wood near the village of Wrington in North Somerset comes alive in May when bluebells are in flower. I took this photo of the wood early one morning with soft sunlight breaking through the trees. The description on the back of the card reads:
"Visiting a bluebell wood at sunrise is one of the highlights of my year. It requires a very early start but it's always worth it to see the colours and hear the sounds of the dawn chorus."
This card measures 160mm square and comes with an envelope. It is blank inside.