“Waresley and Gransden Woods are adjoining ancient oak-ash woods, home to many breeding birds. An abundance of wildflowers attracts many insects and over 500 species of moth and butterfly have been recorded here. There are many open grassy areas and in spring the ground is carpeted with bluebells, violets and oxlips.” http://www.wildlifebcn.org/reserves/waresley-gransden-woods
The brilliance of the bluebells make it Mecca for nature photographers is the spring and to photograph them in black and white would be perverse, not to say pointless. But the woods do have features that might work in mono.
Photo: Waresley Woods, April 2014