The roots of a huge Beech tree at Buckland Rings. The tree is growing on the top of one of the embankments. Over time the surface soil, which is almost pure sand, has been washed away and left this rather amazing maze of roots for all to see.
The Buckland Rings is an Iron Age Hill Fort, near Lymington in Hampshire. It's the only low-lying hill fort in Europe, although it would have protected a river crossing and a trade route for sea salt. There is a little more information about the place - here -
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