May Day is an ancient Spring Festival that is celebrated across the Northern Hemisphere. You can understand why our ancestors chose to make such a fuss about this time of year when we get days like we did yesterday: an early mist clearing to reveal a stunning spring morning.


Took a little trip out onto the A272 in Hampshire, and made some off-piste turns onto single track dirt roads, in search of rape fields and bluebell woods.



The fields, hedgerows, and woodlands literally exploding with new life and everything looks at its best.



Shot on Fuji X-Pro1.

Images © Harvey Mills, 2014

Harvey Mills is an award-winning professional photographer, whose portfolio is as diverse as it is extensive. Although a Winchester photographer he works across the UK and beyond, undertaking a variety of commissions, projects and assignments.