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England, Hampshire, New Forest, sunlight falling on woodland path : Stock Photo
Covering 145 square miles of land the New Forest is one of the largest areas of natural vegetation in Great Britain. It was named by William the Conqueror in 1079, and is famed for the 5,000 or so wild ponies that roam the area.

England, Hampshire, New Forest, sunlight falling on woodland path

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Gary John Norman
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Covering 145 square miles of land the New Forest is one of the largest areas of natural vegetation in Great Britain. It was named by William the Conqueror in 1079, and is famed for the 5,000 or so wild ponies that roam the area.
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