A winter composition from Andrew's Mare in the New Forest National Park
A small pond near the larger Mogshade Pond in the New Forest National Park. Captured in spring just as the flag irises began to bloom and just before the water lilies begin to open
New Forest ponies make their way to the shore of Whitten Pond for a sunrise drink. Whitten Pond is close to Burley on the western edge of the New Forest National Park
Some New Forest Ponies take a refreshment break at on of the forest ponds
Whitten Pond lies on the western edge of the New Forest National Park close to Burley. Just before sunrise some of the locals pop in for refreshments.
Skeletal winter trees looking over Mogshade Pond in the New Forest National Park as the sun rises,
Part of the New Forest National Park close to the pond at Mogshade Hill. A morning when the sunrise was obscured by mist and then as I returned to the car the sun burnt through giving this rather moody image.
A misty start to the day at Whitten Pond on the western edge of the New Forest National Park. The pond, found close to the road between Burley and Bransgore, is a favourite watering place for the local New Forest ponies
Close to Beaulieu the pond was started in the 18th century as a source of power for a local iron mill and today is home to many freshwater insects and wetland plants. Walkers, horse riders, anglers and photographers, along with the local New Forest ponies, are regular users of the pond
Close to the A31 at Stoney Cross, the pond at Andrews Mare is popular with New Forest Ponies, walkers and photographers alike.
A New Forest pony stops by Andrews Mare for an early morning drink. Andrews Mare is close to the A31 at Stoney Cross near Cadnam in Hampshire
On the western edge of the New Forest National Park and close to the village of Burley, Whitten Pond is one of the many forest ponds
The small Mill Lawn Brook makes its way through the New Forest National Park close to Rhinefield House. Shot during a chilly sunrise