A New Forest filly foal and her mother browsed brambles on the leaf littered bank. Seconds later, the filly wandered down into the lane, walked across, stopping the traffic, and calmly carried on eating the hedge as cars moved out to pass her.
Commoners` cattle and ponies brought into pasture for the winter. Behind the far hedge, the misty Forest stretches away into the distance.
Coppiced hazel and beech in an ancient hedge that borders grazing pasture.
The footpath leads up above the road and through a tunnel of holly, hazel and ash.
In the village car park, these two were climbing through the fence to graze on grass verges.