Each spring from April to May, a forest in Belgium turns into a scene from a movie. Bluebell flowers transform the floor of Hallo’s Wood, or Hallerbos in Flemish, into a sea of purple and blue richness. This phenomenon attracts visitors from all over to its amazing display of natural beauty. While the density of flowers would indicate they’ve been around for centuries, much of the forest was replanted after the first World War from 1930 to 1950.
Mother Nature never ceases to amaze. Whether it’s the bluebells in Belgium or once in a lifetime ice formations, she constantly reminds us of the power and beauty we live in.
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