Page 2 - A further selection of HampshireCam images from 2005

Odiham's picturesque High Street - Odiham is said by many to be one of the most attractive villages in Hampshire, with many of its Georgian or earlier houses still surviving. The medieval street plan and some buildings have remained unchanged for hundreds of years, the area is now a designated conservation area.


One of the many beautiful timber framed houses in Odiham.


International Fleet Review. Click on the image for more photographs from the review.


Steam engines large and small. The rally organised by the Eastleigh Vintage Machinery Preservation Sociey is held every year in memory of Bill Targett a much respected member of the society. Bill who died of cancer was well known in steam circles, from steam rollers to steam ships, all the monies raised will once again go to support the Wessex Cancer Trust.




Nearly a century ago the Comma butterfly was very much a rarity in Britain, but today it's common throughout most of England and Wales and heading north.


New Forest - A proud mum with her young offspring.


New Forest - I'm sure there's a photographer out there, fallow deer near Bolderwood.

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