New Forest after Fire - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
This panorama shows the regrowth after a fire in the New Forest, a short distance from Lymington. This picture is a contract between new green growth below blackened branches of shrubs and trees. Above them is a blue sky with small cumulous clouds, providing a contrast of life and death on a sunny day.
New Forest after Fire - FURTHER INFORMATION
New Forest after Fire - New Forest visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'New Forest after Fire' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Hampshire.
This area of the New Forest in Hampshire is a short distance from Lymington. Forest fires are a part of the life cycle of the New Forest, though in recent years many have been started by human hands. Over time the forest recovers and new growth begins to resurface from the devastation. A little way back towards Lymington on the B3054 is the Crockford Clump.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
This area of the New Forest is about 5 miles northwest of Lymington on the B3054. From here the road continues northwest to Beaulieu.