This time of year just lends itself to lovely mellow evening light and the best sunsets.
Parking at Hightown Common, just north east of Ringwood, I walked down to Foulford Bottom and then around the valley to Picket Post and back.
A morning walk at Linford Bottom, taking a little look at the ongoing work being undertaken to restore one of the streams feeding into Linford Brook.
Sadly not the best of weather, but a very enjoyable day exploring Osborne House, the family home of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, Carisbrooke Castle and the lovely town of Ryde.
Evenings like these are one of the best things about late summer. Still, warm and bathed in light.
A favourite day in the local calendar. The Ringwood and Ellingham Country Show is held in the grounds of Somerley House.
Walks on the 13th but first a couple of baby donkeys from the previous evening.
Mill Lawn is a lovely area close to the village of Burley in the New Forest. It has a brook that meanders in twists and curves between grassy banks.
An afternoon walk of storm clouds and sun. We have my good friend Sandra’s new 9 month old rescue puppy Marley staying with us for 12 days while she and her husband are on holiday.