Waverley Abbey was established nearly 900 years ago on the banks of the River Wey in Surrey. It was the first Cistercian abbey in England yet the first abbot and 12 monks that inhabited it were from Normandy, France.
The footage in this film piece was shot in early evening roughly an hour before sunset - 'golden hour' as it is often referred to. The long, dramatic shadows and golden light have a considerable impact on the footage.
The beautiful St Martha’s Church (also known as St Martha-on-the-Hill) is a listed grade II historic building accessible only on foot.
Aerial shots of Frensham Great Pond in Surrey - situated between Farnham and Hindhead.
Footage of Leith Hill and Leith Hill Tower in Surrey - an ideal location for shooting compelling parallax shots.