Wainsford Road – spring

Wainsford Road is a back road from Pennington to Everton, it’s away of getting from Lymington to Milford-on-Sea when the main A337 – Christchurch road is congested.  It also happens to be a very pretty road at this time of the year, lime and apple green leaved branches forming arches over the road.  It was here that I knew I was home when travelling home from a long distance.  Oddly I have never bothered to photograph it until yesterday.  Here are some shots.

Wainsford Road looking South West

Wainsford Road looking South West

Wainsford Road another view

Wainsford Road another view

A view into the woods

A view into the woods

About Richard Stokes

Richard Stokes. Childhood spent in Milford-on-Sea. Now lives in West Bay Bridport (recent move)Educated in Art Schools - Winchester, Birmingham and Portsmouth. Worked as art administrator: Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; Midland Group, Nottingham; West Midlands Arts, Birmingham; Gateshead Garden Festival; Arts Council; Minories Art Gallery, Colchester; West Midland Arts. Also involved with the former Limpets Restaurant. Keen sailor.
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