|Title||Timber clearance, Sloden Inclosure This chap was busy using his chain saw on the recently felled trees. His lorry is just out of shot.|
|Photo's author||Trish Steel User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||17 Feb 2009 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||12 Mar 2012 16:26:19 (UTC)|
Timber clearance, Sloden Inclosure This chap was busy using his chain saw on the recently felled trees. His lorry is just out of shot.
Timber clearance, Sloden Inclosure
Track in Sloden Inclosure
Sloden Inclosure, New Forest. There are many types of trees along this track through the Sloden Inclosure, Douglas fir, beech, oak and silver birch. Only the firs can grow successfully on the steeper …
Clearing in the woods, Sloden, New Forest This cleared area is in the woods to the south of Sloden Inclosure.
Pony within Sloden Inclosure I don't know if this pony was meant to be in the inclosure, but it was the only one.
Pony within Sloden Inclosure
Foxglove on a verge in Sloden Inclosure, New Forest This foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) is growing on the verge of a track through Sloden Inclosure. The genus name 'digitalis' refers to the fact that t…
Felled trees, Sloden Inclosure Felled trees lie beside the main track awaiting collection.
Felled trees, Sloden Inclosure
Conifers in Sloden Inclosure, New Forest On a cold and misty December afternoon. (Map ref may be somewhat inaccurate, but it was somewhere along the indicated path)
Near the ancient site of the Royal Hunting Lodge. Although the site is marked on the OS Explorer maps, the actual location is very difficult to find.
Oaks on Ragged Boys Hill, New Forest The track from Broomy Plain to Fritham passes through this oak woodland on the south-facing slopes of Ragged Boys Hill.
Track in Sloden Inclosure, New Forest On a cold and misty December afternoon. The inclosure seems to be a mixture of equi-age Oak and conifers, the latter being seen here.
Tree trunk, Sloden Inclosure The tree has an interesting growth of ivy on it.
Tree trunk, Sloden Inclosure
Conifers in Sloden Inclosure, New Forest On a frosty and misty December evening.
Entering the site of the Churchyard medieval hunting lodge, New Forest All that remains of the medieval "Churchyard" royal hunting lodge is a rectangular bank and external ditch on the gravel ridge so…
Old pollarded oak south of Sloden Inclosure There are several oaks looking like this around here, and I presume the shape is the result of pollarding which was eventually discontinued.
Driftway between Amberwood Inclosure and Sloden Inclosure, New Forest. This driftway separates the Amberwood Inclosure (on the left) and the Sloden Inclosure (on the right). Both are old oak enclosure…
Hampshire, South East England, England, United Kingdom osm