United Kingdom Lymington and Keyhaven Nature Reserve

6 images 1 contributors Shoot with care

michael bennett

Shoot with care
Keep off the marshes to avoid disturbing the sea birds. The reserve is an intertidal mudflat and saltmarsh, so access is difficult and potentially dangerous. Use the network of footpaths including along the seawall for views across the marshes.

About this spot
Fabulous place for photography, wonderful light, over 500 acres of coastal grazing, marsh lagoons and former salt marshes. A path runs along the sea wall with marshes on one side and the sea on the other with wonderful views across the Solent and to the Isle of Wight. This is an important spot for over wintering birds.

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michael bennett

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