May 6th. The Hallerbos (Halle, south of Brussels) is known for its beautiful “Hyacinthoides non-scripta” (Bluebell, Jacinthe des bois, Wilde hyacint ( http://www.nhm.ac.uk/nature-online/british-natural-history/survey-bluebells/bluebell-identification/native/index.html)) but this popularity also has a disadvantage: too many people are visiting these woods in springtime. Some are even picking these protected flowers. And the crowd makes it often difficult to take good images. So we tried our luck in another forest, in the Ardennes….. There was nobody else but us to enjoy the beauty of the woods, with thousands of flowers!