The famous Uffington White Horse, carved in the chalk over 3,000 years ago. It is adjacent to Dragon Hill, said to be the spot where St George slew the dragon. Some say the horse represents the dragon.
A web picture of the horse (my helicopter had run out of gas so I had to use this one!)
On the way up to Uffington White Horse Hill.
Me posing in the English rain and fog!
On with the journey!
Only for Range Rovers!
Waylands Smithy, a tomb built 5,500 years ago
Down to Compton Beauchamp
3 ducklings - - -
2 ducklings - - -
- - - there's always one!
'Allo, 'allo, what's going on 'ere then?
Just send me the bill!
Bluebell wood - fading glory
Compton Beauchamp church
Rest in peace
Inside the church
My trusty steed patiently waiting
And on to the next one!
Corner of churchyard
The stained glass windows
One of the 16th century Sparsholt Effigies
Peaceful resting place
Home again in Highworth! Taken from inside the 16th century Jesmond house hotel, owned by Lisa and my late mate Maurice.