Ashley Cross Green (aka Parkstone Park)

February 19, 2016

Dorset pink poppy fields at sunrise 2022

Sunrise and mist: pink poppy field and a Dorset church.

Photographs of Ashley Cross Green (aka The Green, or Parkstone Park), Lower Parkstone, Poole, Dorset. Taken on 19th February and 6th March 2016.

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The Green, aka Parkstone Park, Ashley Cross, Lower ParkstoneEarly morning sunshine at The Green, Parkstone Park, Ashley Cross, Lower Parkstone. 19th February 2016.

The Green, aka Parkstone Park, Ashley Cross, Lower ParkstoneSpring daffodils at The Green, Ashley Cross, Lower Parkstone. 6th March 2016.

The Green, aka Parkstone Park, Ashley Cross, Lower ParkstoneEarly morning at Parkstone Park, Ashley Cross, Lower Parkstone. 6th March 2016.

Fountain in spring sunshine at The Green, Parkstone Park, Ashley Cross, Lower Parkstone.Sunshine at The Green, Parkstone Park, Ashley Cross, Lower Parkstone. 6th March 2016.

The Green, aka Parkstone Park, Ashley Cross, Lower Parkstone
Looking towards Isabel’s Restaurant, Ashley Cross Green, Lower Parkstone, Poole. 6th March 2016.

Fountain in spring sunshine at The Green, Parkstone Park, Ashley Cross, Lower Parkstone.Early morning sun on the water around the fountain at Ashley Cross Green, Lower Parkstone, Poole. 6th March 2016.

Fountain in spring sunshine at The Green, Parkstone Park, Ashley Cross, Lower Parkstone. Spring at The Green, Parkstone Park, Ashley Cross, Lower Parkstone. 19th February 2016.

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