A pleasant morning around the heathland behind Little Linford Inclosure and Pinnick Wood and a misty afternoon walk over Rockford Common.
A lovely person bought me some flowers, beautiful Alstroemerias that light up in the sunshine through the window.
A sundew – one of our few native carnivorous plants in the UK.
The sundew – a bit closer in.
Below Marrowbones Hill, a foal tries to greet Harry, but Harry is far more interested in the scents around the heather.
The Common Spotted Orchid abounds on the Forest at the moment.
At Akercome Bottom, a little foal has lost his legs.
Ah, there they are!
At Rockford, Heather coming into bloom with birch trees behind.
Misty now, looking from the edge of Rockford Common over to Whitefield Plantation on Ibsley Common.
Zooming out to take in most of Ibsley Common.
A diamond encrusted spiders web.