Heathland in the New Forest, Hampshire
This is on the open heath West of Brockenhurst on the road leading to the Rhinefield Ornamental Drive. It shows part of a small stream featuring a clump of Marsh St. Johns Wort (Hypericum elodes).
A carniverous plant that catches flies by enclosing them with its sticky tentacles and then digests them. The tentacled red leaves are about the size of a fingernail so they are unlikely to grab you as you walk past.
Another view from Godshill Ridge near Fordingbridge.
An area of heath near Burley which is about 3 miles south-east of Ringwood. There is a car park convenient for this location near Goatspen Plain on the 'B' class road which runs south-east from Burley to the A35.
This photograph, taken in August, shows the heather in bloom