The sunset brings with it a wonderful colour to this seascape print that shows the huge rocks on the seashore covered in green moss and algae at the small hamlet of Keyhaven in Hampshire.
Strangely enough the name 'Keyhaven' means 'Harbour where cows are shipped'. Cattle and sheep were transported from the Isle of Wight to the water meadows of the Avon around Christchurch.
Keyhaven lies in the district of the New Forest and is just within the borders of the New Forest National Park. It draws visitors through its outstanding natural beauty, from the views over the Solent to the abundance of open farm land. To the east of Keyhaven lie Keyhaven marshes.
Photography by Kathy White.