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Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 36 pictures in our New Forest collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Dartford Warbler - Perched on Gorse, April
Dartford Warbler - Perched on Gorse, April
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NEW FOREST - ponies grazing below an old Oak tree, Autumn
NEW FOREST - ponies grazing below an old Oak tree, Autumn
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ROG-10332
ROG-10332
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ROG-5076
ROG-5076
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ROG-14460
ROG-14460
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HOLLY- seedling
HOLLY- seedling
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Ancient pollarded common oak
Ancient pollarded common oak
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Butchers Broom - in flower and fruit, autumn;
Butchers Broom - in flower and fruit, autumn;
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Pillwort, a rare wetland fern
Pillwort, a rare wetland fern
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New Zealand pigmy-weed
New Zealand pigmy-weed
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Lesser skullcap in flower
Lesser skullcap in flower
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Coral Necklace, a New Forest rarity
Coral Necklace, a New Forest rarity
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NEW FOREST - ponies grazing below an old Oak tree, Autumn Featured Print

NEW FOREST - ponies grazing below an old Oak tree, Autumn

ROG-11308
NEW FOREST - ponies grazing below an old Oak tree, Autumn
New Forest, South Oakley, Hants, UK.
Bob Gibbons
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© ? Bob Gibbons/ardea.com

Autumn, Colour, Colours, Eating, Europe, European, Feeding, Forest, Forests, Grazing, Group, Groups, Habitat, Habitats, Horse, Horses, Landscape, Landscapes, M Ammals, Mammal, National Parks, New Forest, Oak, Oaks, Pla Nts, Plant, Ponies, Pony, Scen Ic, Seasons, Tree, United Kingdom, Winter, Wood Land, Woodlands

Stinkhorn fungus, young stage
Stinkhorn fungus, young stage
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HORSE - New Forest ponies grazing
HORSE - New Forest ponies grazing
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DAD-1403 Honey Boot Lace Fungus - found at the base of living & dead trees
DAD-1403 Honey Boot Lace Fungus - found at the base of living & dead trees
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DAD-1405 Honey Boot Lace Fungus - found at the base of living & dead trees
DAD-1405 Honey Boot Lace Fungus - found at the base of living & dead trees
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Rog-8644 Wild Daffoldils
Rog-8644 Wild Daffoldils
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R0G-5553 NEW FOREST
R0G-5553 NEW FOREST
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ROG-3142 Bog Myrtle - with fruits
ROG-3142 Bog Myrtle - with fruits
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ROG-3342 Common Cup Lichen / Pixy Cup Lichen
ROG-3342 Common Cup Lichen / Pixy Cup Lichen
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Butchers broom in flower. Excellent example of a cladode
Butchers broom in flower. Excellent example of a cladode
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Golden spindles in grassland, after heavy frost
Golden spindles in grassland, after heavy frost
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Fallen beech tree, showing shallow root plate
Fallen beech tree, showing shallow root plate
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Lichens on old wood, with mosses
Lichens on old wood, with mosses
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Butchers broom in flower. Excellent example of a cladode, with the flower on a modified stem Featured Print

Butchers broom in flower. Excellent example of a cladode, with the flower on a modified stem

ROG-12363
Butcher's broom in flower. Excellent example of a cladode, with the flower on a modified stem.
New Forest, UK
Ruscus aculeatus
Bob Gibbons
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

© Bob Gibbons/ardea.com

Anatomy, Botanical, Broom, Brooms, Cladode, Europe, European, Flower, Flowers, Macro, National Parks, New Forest, Pla Nts, Plant, United Kingdom

Bog mosses in bog with frost
Bog mosses in bog with frost
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Australian Swamp STONECROP / New Zealand Pigmyweed - invading New Forest pond
Australian Swamp STONECROP / New Zealand Pigmyweed - invading New Forest pond
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ROG-11030 Base-Rich Grazed FEN - with Scots Pines
ROG-11030 Base-Rich Grazed FEN - with Scots Pines
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BEECHES - autumn
BEECHES - autumn
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Ash Tree - in autumn colour
Ash Tree - in autumn colour
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Sand Lizards
Sand Lizards
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Dartford Warbler - Perched on Gorse, singing. April
Dartford Warbler - Perched on Gorse, singing. April
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Bracket Fungus - arising from roots of Coniferous Trees
Bracket Fungus - arising from roots of Coniferous Trees
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New Forest - Early spring foliage on mature trees
New Forest - Early spring foliage on mature trees
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WOODLAND - Spring foliage in New Forest
WOODLAND - Spring foliage in New Forest
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Free Range PIGS & Piglets - foraging
Free Range PIGS & Piglets - foraging
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Free Range PIGS - foraging
Free Range PIGS - foraging
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Australian Swamp STONECROP / New Zealand Pigmyweed - invading New Forest pond, Alien Mass of pygmy weed Featured Print

Australian Swamp STONECROP / New Zealand Pigmyweed - invading New Forest pond, Alien Mass of pygmy weed

ROG-10963
Australian Swamp STONECROP / New Zealand Pigmyweed - invading New Forest pond, Alien Mass of pygmy weed
UK
Crassula helmsii
Introducted to the United Kingdom from Tasmania in 1911, sold into the garden trade as an oxygenating pond plant. It was first detected in the wild in 1970 and has become invasive, choking and outcompeting our native plant species. Once established, it is very difficult to eradicate.
Bob Gibbons
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway