Oak Tree at Badbury Rings in Winter - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
This panorama, taken on Christmas Day 2009, was really a study of a large, isolated oak tree at Badbury Rings in Dorset. The image was taken from the top of the inner rampart and also gives a view of the surrounding countryside.
Oak Tree at Badbury Rings in Winter - FURTHER INFORMATION
Oak Tree at Badbury Rings in Winter - Wimborne Minster visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Oak Tree at Badbury Rings in Winter' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Dorset.
This panorama forms part of the virtual tour collection of Badbury Rings, an ancient Iron Age hill fort and local tourist attraction close to Wimborne Minster and Blandford Forum in Dorset. Badbury Rings has been occupied since the Bronze Age and is thought to have still been in use when the Romans invaded Britain. Dorset has several other hill forts, one of the more famous being Maiden Castle near to Dorchester.
For more information, see the main Badbury Rings page. The layout of the hill fort can clearly be seen on the satellite view of the Goolge map. Other images in this Badbury Rings virtual tour: low shot of outer rampart | summer view from inner rampart | view from Beech Avenue | walk to Badbury Rings.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Car: Babury Rings lies on the B3082 Blandford Road which runs from Wimborne Minster to Blandford Forum. The site is about 4 miles for Wimborne, and about 6 from Blandford. Parking available next to the site.