First, here is a Monarch’s Eye view of the town seen from the top of the Round Tower
The bandstand in Alexandra Gardens
Salisbury and Garter towers of Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle walls at dusk
Eton Bridge facing upstream
Photo of the river Thames, looking upstream toward Eton Bridge with the Windsor Wheel in the background. Taken early in the morning.
A view of the long walk looking out toward the ‘copper horse’ statue of King George IIII on Snow Hill.
Nell Gwynn’s House in Windsor
Looking upstream toward eton and the bridge with swan in foreground
Corgis statue in Bachelor’s Acre
St. Georges’ Chapel Windsor has some outstanding gargoyles on the roof
Heraldic gargoyles on St George’s Chapel roof.
The Windsor Deer Park
In the fog the copper horse can be easily mistaken for a live horse and rider
Parakeet in Windsor Great Park February
At the top of Snow Hill the statue of King George III is more commonly referred to as ‘The Copper Horse’.
Street Cleaner near Windsor Castle
Queen Charlotte Street is officially the shortest street in Britain
“Queen Charlotte Street shich is fifty one feet ten inches in length is recorded as the shortest street in Britain”
Deer in Windsor a group of does
Male Swan at Virginia Water
Daffodills in The great Park