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A maze of tiny islets at the bottom end of
Hampshire's New Forest (well, it was new
in the 11th century) separates the
mainland from the Isle of Wight, across the
entrace to the Solent. Guarding against a
possible invasion by the naughty French
stands Henry VIII's Hurst Castle (in the
distance here), at the end of a long shingle
spit. In between is a perfect anchorage for small boats, as captured on this exquisite
evening in June.
A maze of tiny islets at the bottom end of Hampshire's New Forest (well, it was new in
the 11th century) separates the mainland from the Isle of Wight, across the entrace to
the Solent. Guarding against a possible invasion by the naughty French stands Henry
VIII's Hurst Castle (in the distance here), at the end of a long shingle spit. In between is a
perfect anchorage for small boats, as captured on this exquisite evening in June.
A maze of tiny islets at the bottom end of
Hampshire's New Forest (well, it was new
in the 11th century) separates the
mainland from the Isle of Wight, across the
entrace to the Solent. Guarding against a
possible invasion by the naughty French
stands Henry VIII's Hurst Castle (in the
distance here), at the end of a long shingle
spit. In between is a perfect anchorage for
small boats, as captured on this exquisite
evening in June.

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A maze of tiny islets at the bottom end of Hampshire's New Forest (well, it was new in the 11th century) separates the mainland from the Isle of Wight, across the entrace to the Solent.  Guarding against a possible invasion by the naughty French stands Henry VIII's Hurst Castle (in the distance here), at the end of a long shingle spit. In between is a perfect anchorage for small boats, as captured on this exquisite evening in June.
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