Images of a New Forest Winter

It may be soggy underfoot. Trees may be black and skeletal against a steely sky. A hard frost may dazzle on a sharp, cloudless morning. But winter in the New Forest has its own, particular atmosphere. Here, Guild photographers capture some of it…..

A snowy walk in the New Forest ©Frances Howorth

Waking up in the New Forest ©Juliet Rix

Anyone for an early morning round of Golf at the Bell Inn? ©Kirstie Pelling

Gorgeous early morning sun and frost in their garden at the Beaulieu Hotel ©Geoff Moore

Sheep at Hockey’s Farm ©Frances Howorth

Early morning walk by Lymington River in Brockenhurst which runs close to Balmar Lawn Hotel in the New Forest ©Valery Collins

New Forest Sunset @James Lowen

Up close and personal with a horse in The New Forest ©Chris Coe

Writer John Harrison transporting us through time ©Geoff Moore

Ponies at dawn ©Chris Coe

Roots of the New Forest ©Tim Bird

Palace House, Beaulieu ©Jeremy Hoare

Beautiful winter light in the New Forest ©Diana Jarvis

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