One of Dorset's landmarks has a dedicated viewpoint for the first time since it appeared more than 200 years ago.
A dusting of snow made the White Horse at Osmington near Weymouth look darker than usual from the new viewing area off the main A353. The figure of George III has been restored as part of the 50 thousand pound project which involved four years of work by volunteers.
The Westbury White Horse is having a steam-clean. A team of volunteers is spending the next four weekends suspended by ropes over the chalk-carved filly.
They complain that after five years since its last wash, the horse is getting grey. They have set a deadline of the Queen's jubilee for completion