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Bluebells in Surrey are pretty spectacular, and since I moved in Surrey, nearly 4 years ago, I went to see them every single year. In the past, I used to go to Staffhurst Wood, but that’s a bit too far away. This year, I decided to try a new place, and let me tell you, it did not disappoint! I embarked on a journey to see the famed bluebells of Cocknell’s Wood, and I was absolutely blown away by the sheer scale of the floral display. The moment I stepped into the woods, I was greeted by a breathtaking sea of blue. The sheer number of flowers was staggering creating a photographer’s paradise.

One of the things that surprised me the most about my visit was how peaceful the walk was. Despite the popularity of the bluebells, the woods were remarkably quiet. The circular walk itself was easy and enjoyable, perfect for a leisurely afternoon stroll.

It’s also worth noting that the bluebells seem to be blooming much earlier this year. Looking back at photos from previous years, the peak time for viewing typically fell around early May. However, on my visit this year, the flowers were already in full bloom in mid April (I went there on the 21st April). This is likely due to the unseasonably warm weather we’ve been experiencing.

Some of the sentences above were written by an LLM. I let you guess which ones.

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