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Tag Archives: The New Forest
Some images from a recent walk in the New Forest with my good friend Ryhope Ranger. Deer Skull, Fallen Leviathan and Mossy Log respectively.
There’s a lot of this sort of thing going on in the New Forest; the fungi seem to be enjoying the drawn-out Autumn, although sadly my favourite edibles were a bit thin on the ground this year.
Autumn is still being held at bay by the warm sunny weather, although there are signs that its arrival is imminent. Here the ferns are transforming amongst the heather, which itself is not far off displaying autumn colours before everything … Continue reading
Some lazy* images from today’s walk in the New Forest. The light was far from excellent, but even in its subdued state revealed many interesting aspects of a walk I (mistakenly) thought I was very familiar with! We were hoping … Continue reading
One of the many gnarly old oaks in the park near where I work in Bournemouth, snapped on my Google Nexus 5.
A couple of shots taken as we walked Hector and Ripley near The Rising Sun pub in The New Forest. More lazy photography with my phone, but ideally suited to shooting from the hip as it were.
A couple of shots from last year, rediscovered while hunting my file system for something else entirely. Essentially some flowers in a New Forest stream looking almost as if they have been captured on infra-red film stock on account … Continue reading
Two slightly puzzled New Forest ponies look on while they forage alongside the meandering stream; they are doubtless making the best of the fine weather and abundant food while it lasts. These sulphur tufts are absolutely no good for eating (they … Continue reading