It was a slightly chilly Sunday morning in January when 10 photography enthusiasts with an eye for a bargain (all of them booked through my Groupon & Living Social offers) all met up in Lyndhurst for the first of my Photo Experience Days of the year.
We met at the Lyndhurst Park Hotel and then walked over the road and up the hill to the Lyndhurst Cemetery and Chapel where the the photography started. We walked around there and the surrounding area for the best part of 2 hours. As we made our way back to the hotel via Boltons Bench the grey skies cleared and we were bathed in sunshine.
After lunch the second part of the day was walking up Lyndhurst High Street. I've driven down it dozens of times, but never have I properly explored on foot.
First stop was Meridien Modena, the Ferrari / Maserati dealership who kindly & somewhat surprisingly didn't mind letting us inside to take photos of their cars. Cheers for that Meridien! :-)
After narrowly avoiding being murdered by some old school bikers, it was time to see how many of us could fit inside the rather small "The Lyndhurst Sweet Shop" at the same time. The answer was most of us! We continued walking up to "St Michaels and All Angels Church" at the end of the High Street. Leaving the church well and truly 'papped' and learning that "Alice in Wonderland" is buried there, we made our way back to the hotel and the end of our day.
I really enjoyed the day, and I hope everyone did as well.