Bluebells of Lock Ridge Park
Lock Ridge Park, or Lock Ridge Furnace Park, is uniquely beautiful this time of year, spring time, for it’s bluebells bloom. Don't miss seeing this in person and experiencing all the splendor of the BlueBells.
This Lehigh Valley treasure is located just between Church and Franklin Streets in Alburtis, PA and is open daily from dawn until dusk.
Bluebells, which are actually a grape hyacinth, is a perenial plant that produces a unique blue flower that is very much like a bunch of grapes. These gorgeous blooms are one of many things that makes Lock Ridge Park a wonderful place to shoot photography. They bloom right along with the timing of your spring Tulips. Their ability to spread and spread fast is what gives the park it's vast color during this time of year.
Lock Ridge is about 59 acres of park with not only the “bluebells” but many stone structures that include amazing arches and backdrops for spectacular images to be captured. There are trails that take you throughout the park making it easy to get around and capture many interesting and spectacular photographs. By far, one of my all-time favorite places to bring my clients during this time of year.
Here is just some of my work from the years that I have been going to Lock Ridge and am excited for many more seasons to come.
Be mindful when you are there of the beautiful “bluebells” and respect the beauty that they hold. Keep to the trails/paths and enjoy the color and splendor this park has to offer.
Contact me for more information on this spectacular location.