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First time exploring Duncliffe Wood 02/01/2023

Hello, it's a new year and a new start for me. As some may know I moved house at the end of last year. I have crossed the border from Somerset to Dorset. Due to moving, I was, unfortunately, unable to get out with my camera as much as I wanted to. Now I have settled and got things sorted I can go out and explore my new surroundings. I have joined the Dorset Wildlife Trust and look forward to visiting their reserves as well as other local places of interest. The first place I have gone to is Duncliffe Wood, owned by the Woodland Trust.


It felt great to get back out with my camera and go for a long walk out in the fresh air. It was a lovely cool sunny winter morning perfect for exploring. Straight away when I got out of the car I was greeted by a friendly robin as I set off into the woodland. The woods are a beautiful place and I was lucky enough to see many different creatures including two woodpeckers, flying around, but unfortunately not so lucky with getting a photograph of them. The perfect to go back and try again at least. I also saw and photographed (see below) Marsh Tits, Robins and a Deer. As well as wildlife I captured a few landscape photographs of the beautiful morning sunlight coming through the trees. I can't wait to go back throughout the year with my camera and see what else is hiding in the wood. Check out my photographs below.


 

Lighting the Wood By R.A.Wood Photography. The morning sun creeping through the trees of Duncliffe Wood, Dorset. Owned by the Woodland Trust
Lighting the Wood By R.A.Wood Photography. The morning sun creeping through the trees of Duncliffe Wood, Dorset.


A Deer in the Beautiful morning light at Duncliffe Wood, Dorset by R.A.Wood Photography. Wildlife and animals photography at Woodland Trust
A Deer in the Beautiful morning light at Duncliffe Wood, Dorset by R.A.Wood Photography


A Marsh tit at Duncliffe Wood, Dorset by R.A.Wood Photography. Wildlife and bird photography at Woodland Trust
A Marsh Tit at Duncliffe Wood, Dorset by R.A.Wood Photography

Robin resting on a gate at Duncliffe Wood, Dorset by R.A.Wood Photography
Robin resting on a gate at Duncliffe Wood, Dorset by R.A.Wood Photography.

Tree Tops of Duncliffe Wood, Dorset By R.A.Wood Photography. Woodland trust explore Dorset
Tree Tops of Duncliffe Wood, Dorset By R.A.Wood Photography

Rory Wood of R.A.Wood Photography walking through  Duncliffe Wood, Dorset photograph taken by Chloe Warren. Woodland Trust
Me walking through Duncliffe Wood. Photograph taken by Chloë Warren.

I hope you liked the photographs and I am looking forward to capturing some more in the woodlands over the year. If you have any recommendations for good wildlife places and walks in or around North Dorset, please leave a comment and let me know. Many thanks, Rory


For more information about Duncliffe Wood Click here Woodland Trust- Duncliffe Wood

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