If it doesn't move quick enough, it will be given a new look, Bristol style.
The walled garden at the museum at the northern end of the High Street in Battle.
Brodie Road, houses built on the eastern slopes of the Wey Gap.
Another view of this unusual carving in the middle of a small country park on the edge of Ascot.
The bridleway continues across the flat landscape.
Not a common sight these days, but they were in post-war times: ventilation ducts give a clue as to what lies beneath the pavement, even if they are looking a little tired.
A small and apparently nameless burn draining the southwestern side of Deans Hill.
The Beatles statues on Canada Boulevard are an irresistible subject for tourists' cameras. The Port of Liverpool Building provides a magnificent imposing backdrop.
From the same camera position as [], this is the view along the public bridleway to Hilcott.
Stern of one of the last remaining River Wey barges. They once worked from Guildford to London.
A wooden figure in the middle of a bit of park and woodland on the edge of Ascot.