Most of the morning was spent in the open air. I led him out of the wet and wild wood into some cheerful fields: I described to him how brilliantly green they were; how the flowers and hedges looked refreshed; how sparklingly blue was the sky.

– Charlotte Bronte

Jane Eyre, Chapter 37. The image presented here in the fields around Ferndean is light and airy and full of the promise of spring. Jane becomes Rochester’s eyes as she leads him across the open fields and describes the greenery and the flowers and the sparkling blue sky. This contrasts with the gloomy atmosphere of Thornfield. The passage signifies the rebirth of life and love for Jane and Rochester.