The New Forest

The South coast of England is a fascinating area - a real mix of geologic oddities and pleasantly sweeping ups and downs. There are castles by the handful, a large area given to the MoD to run their tanks around, stately homes to wander round and more fossils in the cliffs than you can shake a stick at. Tucked away at the right hand end of the Jurassic coastline is Britains smallest National Park - the New Forest. The history of the forest is well documented and, despite its name, goes back for hundreds of years as ancient Kings used it as a back garden to go hunting in. Thankfully they missed a few beasties though, as deer and the New Forest ponies treat the place as home.

I've been lucky enough to be photographing around the forest area for a few years now, and while a few pictures are included here, I also have many more with an online Stock agency based near Bournemouth. If you want to see more then pay a visit to SEEKER PHOTOS, but don't forget to come back here when you've done...

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