Well, the Wiltshire skyline is looking a little different to normal today.
That's because a 400ft industrial chimney that has been part of the Westbury cement works for decades has now been brought to the ground.
And if you're wondering who was in charge of the controlled explosion it was actually a nine-year-old schoolgirl - Lily Sargent won a competition to be responsible for pressing the button.
Other members of the public weren't allowed to enter the site of the demolition but gathered to watch it from afar.
Yep, some people grabbed their viewing spots at the Westbury White Horse seriously early.
-- Chris Bailey (@IveGotGold) September 18, 2016
-- festa (@alanaandrews) September 18, 2016
The demolition marks the end of over 40 years of cement production at the site.
Goodbye Westbury chimney. Traffic in Westbury completely gridlocked - had to rely on BBC Wiltshire and imagination! Pleased it went well.
-- andrew murrison (@murrisonMP) September 18, 2016
So the view from the station has changed somewhat this morning. https://t.co/itZa5hjIzc
-- Trowbridge Fire Stn (@Trow_Fire_Stn) September 18, 2016
R.i.p Westbury chimney
-- faye (@heyitsfaye__) September 18, 2016
Goodbye chimney!!!! Just me left to be the main landmark round here I guess x
-- Westbury White Horse (@WestburyHorse) September 17, 2016