Impressions from my 6 miles, 6 hours, 600 photos walk in the New Forest National Park, near Brockenhurst, Hampshire. Along the way I came across lots of stunning, hard to capture scenes of splendid autumn colours. No worries, I'm only posting the pictures I like the best.
All in all it was an easy walk but near the river the path became quite boggy (See boots picture at the bottom).
I've started the walk at Brockenhust train station, walking past St Nicholas Church, Roydon Manor, Newland Copse, Dilton Farm and Cottages, then along the Lymington river, onto Mill Lane back to Brockenhurst station.
The map and walk description can be downloaded here: http://www.hants.gov.uk/rh/walking/riverwalk-2.pdf
Despite map, walk description and compass, I managed to get lost twice. But to my defence I must say that "at a large oak tree bear to the right; " is not very clear when you walk through an old oak tree forest. Nerveless, I got back on track soon and concluded the walk just in time for the next train that took me back home to Bournemouth.
And here are the photo I took along the way.
|The Green Pond|
|New Forest Cottage|
Also check out my other post with pictures taken on the same day, same place: New Forest Autumn - in Black & White
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