This handout computer generated image obtained on February 10, 2009 from the London Communications Agency shows a giant white horse towering the landscape in Swanscombe, Kent. A 50-metre (164-foot) tall white horse was named the winner of a two-million-pound (3.0-million-dollar, 2.3-million-euro) public art commission in south east England on Tuesday. The giant equine landmark, designed by former Turner Prize-winner Mark Wallinger and dubbed the "Angel of the South", will tower over the landscape at 33 times life-size in Swanscombe, Kent. AFP PHOTO/London Communications Agency/HANDOUT NO SALES/RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE/GETTY OUT AFP

In de omgeving van het treinstation Ebbsfleet, langs het traject van de Eurostar in Engeland verrijst in 2012 dit 50 meter hoge witte paard van Mark Wallinger.