Colour photograph of a white caravan from outside the wooden orchard gates, framed by trees, with a red brick tiled cottage behind it. If you look very carefully, you can see a Westie immediately behind the gate.


Holton Lee



From ancient times, the grey/white horse has been used as a symbol in cultures across the world.
Often, white horses are associated with deities or heroic figures, or are said to have magical powers themselves.
In England, white horses form the most common subject of hill carvings.

Colour photograph of a white and grey pony feeding in the early morning mist, looking towards the camera.

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