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  1. Weather is turning and rain is on the way! However, the setting sun still gives the appearance of the sky is aflame.

    © Tim Penycate

  2. Fortunately not! Just the low sun lighting up some distant storm clouds!

    © Tim Penycate

  3. The clouds show a change in the weather coming as the low sun shines its rays through the trees in the Hogmoor Inclosure.

    © Tim Penycate

  4. Looking to the West, the Sunset creates a dramatic sky over the Hogmoor Inclosure.

    © Tim Penycate

  5. The "Roman Gate" is one of the three named entrances to the Hogmoor Inclosure (the other two being the Gilbert White Gate and the Railway Gate). They reflect the local history of the area. Facing west, it is a good spot for a sunset picture from the Roman Gate.

    © Tim Penycate

  6. A well known native English wild flower, which although poisonous to touch the flowers (the inside particularly) is still very pretty!

    © Tim Penycate

  7. With lockdown partially still in place in the UK, one of the Hogmoor Inclosure "Sentinels" looks at the moon for inspiration when it will all end, and life return to normal.

    © Tim Penycate

  8. Although the Sunset is obviously brighter towards the west, the light the setting sun casts to the North West still makes for a beautiful skyscape.

    © Tim Penycate

  9. One of the wooden carved "sentinels" on guard at twilight in the Hogmoor Inclosure, Whitehill in Hampshire, Southern England

    © Tim Penycate

  10. The Hogmoor Inclosure is a large area of heathland in Whitehill/Bordon, Hampshire. The sentinels are wooden carvings which have been placed strategically to "guard" the Inclosure!

    © Tim Penycate

  11. smb

    The wooden wings

    From the album: The statues: Hogmoor Inclosure photos

    The view from another of my favourite perches in the Hogmoor Inclosure - this one from a seat overlooking a small clearing in the nature reserve, just in from the Hogmoor Road at the Southern end of the Inclosure. I was just sitting there enjoying an unusually quiet period when the weather was quite overcast with a cool breeze, so not many people about... The sun came out suddenly and very briefly, transforming the view into an irresistible shot!
  12. From the album: The statues: Hogmoor Inclosure photos

    A lonely, naked man standing on his perch in one of the few permanent ponds in the Hogmoor Inclosure. Most of the other ones - (the ponds, that is!) - seem to dry out when we get an extended dry spell; (which is not really surprising since the underlying soil is just about all sand and sandstone...) The wooden statues were, apparently, created by sculptor David Lloyd. More on this, here: https://www.princephilippark.co.uk/wb-story/public-art/
  13. From the album: The statues: Hogmoor Inclosure photos

    A kaleidoscope of colour! An old sandstone embankment where, after years of Army tanks driving past on their training missions, a deep passage has been carved through some slightly elevated ground. I find the sheer variety of mosses and lichens that now cover these banks to be absolutely fascinating - especially when you look at them in close-up detail. The Hogmoor Enclosure nature reserve in Hampshire, South of England.
  14. From the album: The statues: Hogmoor Inclosure photos

    An old tank track in the Hogmoor Inclosure, now rapidly being reclaimed by nature and turning into a quiet and peaceful path through the woods.
  15. From the album: The statues: Hogmoor Inclosure photos

    Hanging roots and lichen on one of the sandy banks to an old tank track in the Hogmoor Inclosure
  16. From the album: The statues: Hogmoor Inclosure photos

    I am not an expert on British wildlife but this looks to me, like an entrance hole to one of the famous badger setts in the Hogmoor Inclosure?
  17. From the album: The statues: Hogmoor Inclosure photos

    A bit of exposed sandstone alongside one of the old Tank Driver training circuits in the Hogmoor Inclosure nature reserve. This used to be a busy military training ground but in recent years, the Army moved out and the area was turned into a public recreation space. The "nature" was always here - it's just a bit quieter these days without the Army tanks...
  18. From the album: The statues: Hogmoor Inclosure photos

    I love the looking at the different colours and textures of the exposed sandstone alongside some of the old tank driver training circuits in the Hogmoor Inclosure nature reserve.
  19. From the album: The statues: Hogmoor Inclosure photos

    As a friendly passer-by said to me whilst I was sitting on that bench enjoying the early summer's evening sunshine: "You've got the perfect spot there Mate!" And very nice it was too. The photo was taken in the vicinity of the radio mast at the Southern end of the Hogmoor Inclosure. More information on the Hogmoor Inclosure can be found here: https://www.princephilippark.co.uk/community/spaces/hogmoor-inclosure/
  20. From the album: The statues: Hogmoor Inclosure photos

    Well, in fairness, I have seen enough of his backside whilst sitting at my favourite "perfect spot" bench, up near the radio mast at the Southern end of the Hogmoor Inclosure... So here's a photo of his front end, just for a change of scene!! More information on the Hogmoor Inclosure can be found here: https://www.princephilippark.co.uk/community/spaces/hogmoor-inclosure/
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