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Great holmertz 2022-04-26 11:54

Hello Paul,
It sounds unusual to me that a building or anything else you saw when much younger actually seems to have grown when you revisit it again many years later. Usually they would look disappointingly much smaller than you remembered them.

This abbey looks quite big to me, but of course I have nothing to compare it with. The main photo and WS #2 are quite similar but the main upload has the two trees as a bonus and a slightly wider view. Both photos are brightened by school kids, In the other WS there is something on the lawn in the foreground to anchor the composition. The fine weather provided all photos with splendid colours.
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Default To adramad: In Spain the Hyacinthoides Hispanica

Thank you Luis,

Yes, the bluebell also grows in Spain.

I read that in the Iberian Peninsula and North Africa the species I showed in my photo is being replaced by the Spanish hyacinth Hyacinthoides Hispanica, which has broader leaves, an erect stem with odorless flowers.

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