The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.“
~John Muir.

Sunrise at Micheldever Wood, Hampshire, England.

Sunrise at Micheldever Wood, Hampshire, England.

Micheldever Wood is predominantly a beech wood with some conifer
interspersed, with many species of wild flowers and associated
butterflies and dragonflies.

In the spring a spectacular and
very popular display of Bluebells carpet the woodland floor beneath the
brilliant green of newly emerged beech leaves. A number of paths make
their way through the wood where both roe deer and fallow deer are to be
found, as well as the usual woodland birds and insects.

 It is managed today by the Forestry Commission.

Photograph by Peter Spencer.

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