Titchfield Haven and the Meon Shore
A small self set project to photograph the Meon Shore for a week.
I initially planned to capture the sunrises but aided by some unseasonably warm temperatures I stayed longer and watched the birds visiting the nature reserve
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For more information on the Titchfield Haven National Nature Reserve
The Titchfield Haven National Nature Reserve is a national nature reserve in Hampshire .
It encompasses the lower floodplain of the River Meon, near to the point where it flows into the Solent near Hill Head.
Until late in the 16th century, the River Meon was navigable as far as Titchfield.
The Titchfield Canal opened in 1611 and was only the second canal existing in Britain at the time. [source wikipedia}