White Horse Hill is the highest point in Oxfordshire and from the top you can see over 6 Counties.
The White Horse is the oldest British chalk figure and is thought to date from 1000BC in late Bronze age. The horse is 374ft long. Nobody knows why it is there, but some say it could be a tribe emblem, or it could be religious and maybe based on the horse Goddess Epona.
It is difficult to see from on the hill itself, but you can see it from the main road down below.
|Ditch surrounding Uffington castle|
|The Manger - thought to be made by melting ice during the Ice Age.|
Dragon Hill, in the right of the photo is a flat topped hillock. It is said that George slew the dragon here and the blood that was spilt prevents the grass on the top growing over the chalk.
It is also said that Uther Pendragon, father of King Arthur is buried beneath the hill.
|Jackdaws in flight|
|My favourite photo of the day|