The UK coast often experiences fog in April, due to warm moist air passing over the cold sea. Friston Forest is the place to be when this happens. There always seems to be something interesting to look at in the forest, whatever the season. It may only be 13th April, but a few beech trees are now in leaf. In just two weeks, the entire forest will be completely transformed by fresh green, translucent leaves. Here are my favourite photos from an enchanting four hour walk around the forest.

Misty Ride, Friston Forest

Fog Bank, Friston Forest


First Leaves, Friston Forest

Fog, Friston Forest

Rows of beech trees in the fog, Friston Forest


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