The Witcher season two has resumed filming in Surrey, United Kingdom after the show relocated to a studio during lockdown.
Star Henry Cavill confirmed earlier this month that work on the Netflix fantasy series would be moving.
The actor was previously filming in Yorkshire.
New photos from set show Henry in character as Geralt of Rivia, wearing a hooded cloak.
The outdoor shoot took place on a windswept hill as the crew, all wearing face masks due to the pandemic, got to work.
The long white haired wig Henry wears as Geralt was just visible beneath the wide hood of his costume.
Netflix got fans chomping at the bit for more episodes, which has suffered delays due to the pandemic, with a new teaser showing Henry going into battle with new monsters.
The hero will come against fearsome creatures while on a quest with Princess Ciri (Freya Allen) and Yennefer of Vengerberg (Anya Chalotra).
After filming was shutdown in March in the first lockdown, the cast and crew have been back on set since August, with the script tweaked to allow for social distancing measures.
In March it was reported that the season two set at Arborfield Studios underwent a ‘deep clean’ after cast member Kristofer Hivju tested positive for coronavirus.
The Witcher is expected to return to Netflix in 2021 but an official release date hasn’t been announced.
A jokey recent teaser from Netflix sees Geralt’s companions convince him to get into the spirit of Witchmas (aka Christmas).
The Witcher season one is on Netflix.