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West Leeds: Your beautiful bluebell photos

Thanks to everyone who sent us their photos of beautiful bluebells in West Leeds following our recent shout-out.

We’re certainly lucky to live where we do – and the bluebells have certainly sparked people’s imaginations, with photographs ranging from the magnificence of Bramley Fall Woods to the natural beauty of Farnley Park, Kirkstall, Pudsey Cemetery and Woodhouse Ridge.

Here’s a selection – thanks to everyone who contributed!

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Blue carpet: Bluebells under the trees in Farnley Park. Photo: Dave Dalton
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Frank and Betty enjoy a walk among the bluebells in Bramley Fall Woods. Photo: Alison Davies
Smiles better: A bluebell walk in Bramley Fall Woods. Photo: Lisa Donnelly
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Blue beneath the trees in Kirkstall’s woods. Photo: Minday Goose
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A sea of blue in Woodhouse Ridge. Photo: Lizzie Coombes
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No wonder they call Bramley Fall Woods the ‘bluebell woods’. Photo: Diane Law
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Lead the way into beautiful Bramley Fall Woods… Photo: Mark John Battensby
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Beautiful bluebells in the dappled shade of Bramley Fall Woods. Photo: Heather Andrews
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Bluebells everywhere in breathtaking Bramley Fall Woods. Photo: Claire Sykes
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Blueballs amongst the gravestones in Pudsey Cemetery. Photo: Damon Sugden
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Photos courtesy:
Heather Andrews
Mark John Battensby
Lizzie Coombes
Dave Dalton
Alison Davies
Lisa Donnelly
Mindy Goose
Diane Law
Damon Sugden
Claire Sykes

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