Every Spring This Forest In Belgium Becomes A Blue Wonderland

Not very far away from the capital city of Belgium (Brussels), there is situated a mystical forest taken from fairytales that will steal your breath away in seconds. In the beginning of every spring Hallebros, or Bois de Hal (Halle Forest in Dutch) gives birth to a thick layer of bluebell flowers.

According to Wikipedia:

The Hallerbos (Dutch for Halle forest) is a forest in Belgium, covering an area of 552 ha (1,360 acres). It is mostly situated in the municipality of Halle, in Flemish Brabant and has also a little part in Walloon Brabant. The forest is known in the region for its bluebell carpet which covers the forest floor for a few weeks each spring, attracting many visitors

Scroll down fellow Lazy Penguins and enjoy these perfectly taken photos from Kilian Schönberger. “H/T”: mymodernmet

Blue Forest

Blue Forest

Blue Forest

Blue Forest

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Blue Forest

Blue Forest

Blue Forest

Blue Forest

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