The New Forest for two days

We recently had a pleasant couple of nights in Lyndhurst in the New Forest, which allowed us to explore some wonderful woodland scenery and glorious trees, of many shapes and sizes.

A general view of the forest with a carpet of autumnal leaves.

Shapes of branches

Patterns on trees - gnarled trunks

Looking down, there were fungi to be seen. An important part of the life of these areas.

Then there were other lives to be seen in the shape of ponies and piggies!

Dotted about were remains of trees which sometimes make an interesting pattern. 

Then, of course, you could try to hug a tree - but what a whopper to hug!

All in all, we had a a wonderful time wandering in a couple of areas of the New Forest. I was a bit disappointed that we were not able to photograph the deer - even though we went to a recognized watching area. We did spot someone on the far side of the area who probably spooked them. But that's lady luck for you! 



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