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New Forest near Cadnam, Hampshire.
England

Only about a fifth of the New Forest is covered with trees. Most of it is heathland. One of the best sights are the large numbers of small, semi-wild New Forest ponies.

A rotting tree trunk in the New Forest with moss growing in the shady bark and a variety of inedible fungi including Black Bulgar and Dead Men's Fingers.

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Uploaded: 04/10/2011
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Tags: england; autumn; uk; hampshire; nature; woodland; fungus; heathland; forest; new forest ponies
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