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Chris Day | Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle, Royal Standard flying, as seen from Alexandra Park. Windsor Castle, the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world, is one of the official residences of Her Majesty The Queen. The Castle's dramatic site encapsulates 900 years of British history. It covers an area of 26 acres and contains, as well as a royal palace, a magnificent chapel and the homes and workplaces of a large number of people.
Chris Day | Thames Skyline

Thames Skyline

HMS Belfast, Tower Bridge, Tower of London
Chris Day | HMS St Albans

HMS St Albans

HMS St Albans, the sixteenth and last of the Royal Navy's Type 23 frigates to be built, was launched on 6 May 2000. Constructed by BAE Systems at Scotstoun. She is affectionately known as The Saint.
Chris Day | HMS St Albans

HMS St Albans

HMS St Albans the sixteenth and last of the Royal Navy's Type 23 frigates to be built was launched on 6 May 2000. Constructed by BAE Systems at Scotstoun. She is affectionately known as The Saint.
Chris Day | HMS Northumberland and the Eddystone Lighthouse

HMS Northumberland and the Eddystone Lighthouse

HMS Northumberland and the Eddystone Lighthouse 14 miles away on the horizon. HMS Northumberland is a type 23 Frigate and was launched in April 1992 and entered service in late 1994. She was built in the North-East by the Swan Hunter yard and is affiliated to the County of Northumberland and reaffirmed her close ties to the area with a visit to the Port of Tyne in September 2013. She is based in Devonport when not deployed. HMS Northumberland was among the first ships of her class to receive the most advanced sonar designed to hunt down submarines and played a vital role in testing the new equipment with HMS Torbay as her quarry at a special test range in the Bahamas.
Chris Day | RFA Fort Victoria

RFA Fort Victoria

Fort Victoria is an Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment (AOR) ship. She was originally designed to support frigates on anti-submarine warfare patrols. She provides vital support to the fleet acting as a stores ship and a fleet tanker. She also has a large flight-deck, hangar and maintenance facilities for helicopters.
Chris Day | HMS Echo

HMS Echo

HMS Echo was the first of two Echo Class multi-role hydrographic survey ships commissioned by the Royal Navy. It was designed to conduct survey operations in support of submarines or amphibious operations. It has a secondary role as a mine countermeasure tasking platform.
Chris Day | RFA Tideforce

RFA Tideforce

RFA Tideforce is the fourth in a fleet of four 39,000 tonne Tide-Class tankers, capable of carrying up to 19,000 cubic metres of fuel and 1,400 cubic metres of fresh water. She has been designed to support the new Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carriers.
Chris Day | HMS Richmond

HMS Richmond

HMS Richmond is a Duke Class type 23 Frigate and undertakes virtually every type of operation imaginable, from counter narcotics and anti-piracy, to disrupting people trafficking and detaining criminals. It is based in HMNB Devonport
Chris Day | All Saints Church Marlow

All Saints Church Marlow

The construction of the present Church of All Saints dates from 1835 and is of Staffordshire brick with Bath stone dressings. The Parish Church, dedicated to All Saints, was built on the site of an earlier one which was demolished in 1832. The date of erection of the old Church is obscure, but records show that a Church existed here at least as early as 1070 A.D. when Saint Wulfstan, Bishop of Worcester, visited the town. There has been a bridge across the Thames at Marlow since before 1227. The present bridge was built between 1829 and 1832 to replace the wooden bridge sited further downstream
Chris Day | All Saints Marlow

All Saints Marlow

The construction of the present Church of All Saints dates from 1835 and is of Staffordshire brick with Bath stone dressings. The Parish Church, dedicated to All Saints, was built on the site of an earlier one which was demolished in 1832. The date of erection of the old Church is obscure, but records show that a Church existed here at least as early as 1070 A.D. when Saint Wulfstan, Bishop of Worcester, visited the town. There has been a bridge across the Thames at Marlow since before 1227. The present bridge was built between 1829 and 1832 to replace the wooden bridge sited further downstream
Chris Day | All Saints Marlow

All Saints Marlow

The construction of the present Church of All Saints dates from 1835 and is of Staffordshire brick with Bath stone dressings. The Parish Church, dedicated to All Saints, was built on the site of an earlier one which was demolished in 1832. The date of erection of the old Church is obscure, but records show that a Church existed here at least as early as 1070 A.D. when Saint Wulfstan, Bishop of Worcester, visited the town. There has been a bridge across the Thames at Marlow since before 1227. The present bridge was built between 1829 and 1832 to replace the wooden bridge sited further downstream
Chris Day | St Pauls Cathedral

St Pauls Cathedral

St Pauls Cathedral taken from the Shard. A Cathedral dedicated to St Paul has stood on this site since 604AD, and throughout the Cathedral has remained a busy, working church where millions come to reflect and find peace. The current Cathedral – the fourth to occupy this site – was designed by the court architect Sir Christopher Wren and built between 1675 and 1710 after its predecessor was destroyed in the Great Fire of London.
Chris Day | St Pauls Cathedral

St Pauls Cathedral

A Cathedral dedicated to St Paul has stood on this site since 604AD, and throughout the Cathedral has remained a busy, working church where millions come to reflect and find peace. The current Cathedral – the fourth to occupy this site – was designed by the court architect Sir Christopher Wren and built between 1675 and 1710 after its predecessor was destroyed in the Great Fire of London.
Chris Day | Kingswear Dartmouth

Kingswear Dartmouth

Dartmouth is a unique and historic port. The town is full of boutique shops and galleries. The town is world famous for the Britannia Royal Naval College which over looks the town and river. Dartmouth Castle has guarded the mouth of the river for over 600 years. On the other side of the river is Kingwear which has a steam train service too and from Paignton.
Chris Day | Higher Ferry Dartmouth

Higher Ferry Dartmouth

Dartmouth is a unique and historic port. The town is full of boutique shops and galleries. The town is world famous for the Britannia Royal Naval College which over looks the town and river. Dartmouth Castle has guarded the mouth of the river for over 600 years. On the other side of the river is Kingwear which has a steam train service too and from Paignton.
Chris Day | Dartmouth Harbour

Dartmouth Harbour

Dartmouth is a unique and historic port. The town is full of boutique shops and galleries. The town is world famous for the Britannia Royal Naval College which over looks the town and river. Dartmouth Castle has guarded the mouth of the river for over 600 years. On the other side of the river is Kingwear which has a steam train service too and from Paignton.
Chris Day | Plymouth Sound

Plymouth Sound

Plymouth Sound. Plymouth is Englands Ocean City. Situated on Englands South coast on the east bank of the River Tamar which divides Devon from Cornwall. It has a history that goes back beyond Elizabethan times as an important sea port. It has been home to many historic people including Sir Francis Drake who allegedly completed a game of bowls after being told that the Spanish Armada was on its way. It is also famous for the Pilgrim Fathers setting sail for the new world on the Mayflower. It has so much history that it would take volumes to describe its past and current day. Other than to say it is still a thriving naval port with old and new alongside each other.
Chris Day | Plymouth Hoe and Smeatons Tower

Plymouth Hoe and Smeatons Tower

Plymouth is Englands Ocean City. Situated on Englands South coast on the east bank of the River Tamar and the mouth of the River Plym. It has a history that goes back beyond Elizabethan times as an important sea port. It has been home to many historic people including Sir Francis Drake who allegedly completed a game of bowls after being told that the Spanish Armada was on its way. It is also famous for the Pilgrim Fathers setting sail for the new world on the Mayflower. It has so much history that it would take volumes to describe its past and current day. Other than to say it is still a thriving naval port with old and new alongside each other.
Chris Day | Plymouth Hoe Foreshore

Plymouth Hoe Foreshore

Plymouth Hoe Foreshore
Chris Day | West Hoe Foreshore

West Hoe Foreshore

West Hoe Foresore. Plymouth is Englands Ocean City. Situated on Englands South coast on the east bank of the River Tamar and the mouth of the River Plym. It has a history that goes back beyond Elizabethan times as an important sea port. It has been home to many historic people including Sir Francis Drake who allegedly completed a game of bowls after being told that the Spanish Armada was on its way. It is also famous for the Pilgrim Fathers setting sail for the new world on the Mayflower. It has so much history that it would take volumes to describe its past and current day. Other than to say it is still a thriving naval port with old and new alongside each other.
Chris Day | The Barbican and Plymouth Beyond

The Barbican and Plymouth Beyond

Plymouth is Englands Ocean City. Situated on Englands South coast on the east bank of the River Tamar and the mouth of the River Plym. It has a history that goes back beyond Elizabethan times as an important sea port. It has been home to many historic people including Sir Francis Drake who allegedly completed a game of bowls after being told that the Spanish Armada was on its way. It is also famous for the Pilgrim Fathers setting sail for the new world on the Mayflower. It has so much history that it would take volumes to describe its past and current day. Other than to say it is still a thriving naval port with old and new alongside each other.
Chris Day | Mount Batten Fort

Mount Batten Fort

Mount Batten was the location of a flying boat station and Royal Air Force Base, during the years 1913 until 1986. it was there that the United States Curtis Flying Boat NC 4 came ashore, following the first successful airborne crossing of the Atlantic Ocean. Many classes of flying boat were to use this base, the best known during World War II being the Shorts LTD. of Belfast long distance ocean reconnaissance Sunderlands. Meanwhile, during the 1930's, T.E.Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) served there as an ordinary aircraftsman under the alias of Shaw, at a time when he had shunned his earlier public fame as Lawrence.
Chris Day | Tinside Lido and Foreshore

Tinside Lido and Foreshore

Tinside Lido and Foreshore Plymouth. It is salt water Lido and the water gets refreshed daily by draining it at low tide and then letting it fill as the tide comes in.
Chris Day | Plymouth Hoe

Plymouth Hoe

Plymouth is Englands Ocean City. Situated on Englands South coast on the east bank of the River Tamar and the mouth of the River Plym. It has a history that goes back beyond Elizabethan times as an important sea port. It has been home to many historic people including Sir Francis Drake who allegedly completed a game of bowls after being told that the Spanish Armada was on its way. It is also famous for the Pilgrim Fathers setting sail for the new world on the Mayflower. It has so much history that it would take volumes to describe its past and current day. Other than to say it is still a thriving naval port with old and new alongside each other.
Chris Day | Sir Francis Drake Memorial Plymouth Hoe

Sir Francis Drake Memorial Plymouth Hoe

Sir Francis Drake statue on Plymouth Hoe. Plymouth is Englands Ocean City. Situated on Englands South coast on the east bank of the River Tamar and the mouth of the River Plym. It has a history that goes back beyond Elizabethan times as an important sea port. It has been home to many historic people including Sir Francis Drake who allegedly completed a game of bowls after being told that the Spanish Armada was on its way. It is also famous for the Pilgrim Fathers setting sail for the new world on the Mayflower. It has so much history that it would take volumes to describe its past and current day. Other than to say it is still a thriving naval port with old and new alongside each other.
Chris Day | Sidmouth beach

Sidmouth beach

Sidmouth is a town on the South Devon coast. It has a Regency history with fine hotels clean beaches and friendly shops. It nestles beneath majestic red cliffs and green hills of the Sid valley.
Chris Day | Sidmouth seafront and beach

Sidmouth seafront and beach

Sidmouth is a town on the South Devon coast. It has a Regency history with fine hotels clean beaches and friendly shops. It nestles beneath majestic red cliffs and green hills of the Sid valley.
Chris Day | Jacobs Ladder Sidmouth

Jacobs Ladder Sidmouth

Sidmouth is a town on the South Devon coast. It has a Regency history with fine hotels clean beaches and friendly shops. It nestles beneath majestic red cliffs and green hills of the Sid valley.
Chris Day | The Groyne

The Groyne

Groyne at Bournemouth in Dorset England
Chris Day | Bournemouth Pier

Bournemouth Pier

Bournemouth Pier at night
Chris Day | Carousel in black and white

Carousel in black and white

Carousel by Bournemouth Pier in Dorset
Chris Day | Fishing Boat

Fishing Boat

Fishing Boat with an old fashioned grainy look
Chris Day | Fishing nets at Mudeford Quay

Fishing nets at Mudeford Quay

Fishing nets at Mudeford Quay
Chris Day | Christchurch Skyline

Christchurch Skyline

Christchurch in Dorset. The harbour and skyline
Chris Day | Needles on the Isle of Wight as viewed from Mudeford

Needles on the Isle of Wight as viewed from Mudeford

Needles on the Isle of Wight as viewed from Mudeford
Chris Day | Norman House

Norman House

The remains of a 12th-century riverside chamber block or 'Constable's House'. This very early example of domestic architecture includes a rare Norman chimney. This can be found in the grounds of Christchurch Castle, Dorset.
Chris Day | Hereford Cathedral

Hereford Cathedral

A cathedral dedicated to the Martyred King Ethelbert has stood on the site since Saxon times. Todays building contains some of the finest examples of architectural excellence from the Norman times to the present day. It is home to the Mappa Mundi, the largest surviving medieval world map. It also houses the famous chained library.
Chris Day | Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge
Chris Day | London Eye

London Eye

The Merlin Entertainments London Eye is the vision of David Marks and Julia Barfield, a husband and wife architect team. The wheel design was used as a metaphor for the end of the 20th century, and time turning into the new millennium. Back in 2000, the London Eye was known as the Millennium Wheel. At that time, British Airways was the main sponsor, and up until November 2005 they were joint shareholders with Marks Barfield Architects and The Tussauds Group. British Airways also privately funded the London Eye project from the early stages of conception. In June 2008 they celebrated flying their 30 millionth guest!
Chris Day | Millennium Bridge

Millennium Bridge

The London Millennium Footbridge is a steel suspension bridge for pedestrians crossing the River Thames in London, England, linking Bankside with the City. It is located between Southwark Bridge (downstream) and Blackfriars Railway Bridge (upstream). The bridge is owned and maintained by the Bridge House Estates, a charitable trust overseen by the City of London Corporation. Construction of the bridge began in 1998, with the opening on 10 June 2000.
Chris Day | Westminster bridge

Westminster bridge

Westminster bridge
Chris Day | Big Ben

Big Ben

The name Big Ben is often used to describe the tower, the clock and the bell but the name was first given to the Great Bell. The Clock Tower was completed in 1859 and the Great Clock started on 31 May, with the Great Bell's strikes heard for the first time on 11 July and the quarter bells first chimed on 7 September.
Chris Day | City of London Skyline

City of London Skyline

City of London Skyline
Chris Day | Diver and Dolphin

Diver and Dolphin

Diver and Dolphin Fountain Sculpture at St Katherines Dock
Chris Day | Southwark Skyline

Southwark Skyline

The Shard and City Hall
Chris Day | Tower of London and Tower Bridge

Tower of London and Tower Bridge

In the early 1080s, William the Conqueror began to build a massive stone tower at the centre of his London fortress. Nothing like it had ever been seen before. Through the centuries that followed, successive monarchs added to the fortifications.
Chris Day | St Pauls Cathedral

St Pauls Cathedral

A Cathedral dedicated to St Paul has stood on this site since 604AD, and throughout the Cathedral has remained a busy, working church where millions come to reflect and find peace. The current Cathedral – the fourth to occupy this site – was designed by the court architect Sir Christopher Wren and built between 1675 and 1710 after its predecessor was destroyed in the Great Fire of London.
Chris Day | London Skyline

London Skyline

The London Skyline from the Millennium Bridge
Chris Day | Millennium Bridge and St Pauls

Millennium Bridge and St Pauls

The London Millennium Footbridge is a steel suspension bridge for pedestrians crossing the River Thames in london, 2012, olympics, England, linking Bankside with the City. It is located between Southwark Bridge (downstream) and Blackfriars Railway Bridge (upstream). The bridge is owned and maintained by the Bridge House Estates, a charitable trust overseen by the City of London Corporation. Construction of the bridge began in 1998, with the opening on 10 June 2000.
Chris Day | Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

London Bridge was originally the only crossing for the Thames. As London grew, so more bridges were added, although these were all built to the west of London Bridge, since the area east of London Bridge had become a busy port. In the 19th century, the East End of London became so densely populated that public need mounted for a new bridge to the east of London Bridge, as journeys for pedestrians and vehicles were being delayed by hours. Finally in 1876, the City of London Corporation, responsible for that part of the Thames, decided the problem could be delayed no longer
Chris Day | Hms Belfast and city skyline

Hms Belfast and city skyline

One of the most powerful large light cruisers ever built, HMS Belfast is now the only surviving vessel of her type to have seen active service during the Second World War, Serving Britain for 32 years, she played an important role in both the Second World War and the Korean War as well as performing peacekeeping duties throughout the 1950s and 1960s. Saved from destruction in 1971, HMS Belfast is now part of the Imperial War Museum and is the first ship to be preserved for the nation since Nelson’s Victory. It is moored just upstream from Tower Bridge on the River Thames.
Chris Day | The Shard

The Shard

The Shard is the tallest building in Western Europe, its crystalline façade transforming the London skyline with a multi-use 310 m (1,016 ft) vertical city. It comprises high quality offices, three world-class restaurants - aqua shard, Oblix and Hutong, the 5-star Shangri-La hotel, exclusive residential apartments and the capital's highest public viewing gallery, The View from The Shard.
Chris Day | The Shard and Southwark Cathedral

The Shard and Southwark Cathedral

The Shard and Southwark Cathedral
Chris Day | The Shard

The Shard

The Shard is the tallest building in Western Europe, its crystalline façade transforming the London skyline with a multi-use 310 m (1,016 ft) vertical city. It comprises high quality offices, three world-class restaurants - aqua shard, Oblix and Hutong, the 5-star Shangri-La hotel, exclusive residential apartments and the capital's highest public viewing gallery, The View from The Shard.
Chris Day | Tower of London

Tower of London

In the early 1080s, William the Conqueror began to build a massive stone tower at the centre of his London fortress. Nothing like it had ever been seen before. Through the centuries that followed, successive monarchs added to the fortifications.
Chris Day | Southwark Skyline

Southwark Skyline

The Shard and City Hall
Chris Day | The London Eye

The London Eye

The Merlin Entertainments London Eye is the vision of David Marks and Julia Barfield, a husband and wife architect team. The wheel design was used as a metaphor for the end of the 20th century, and time turning into the new millennium. Back in 2000, the London Eye was known as the Millennium Wheel. At that time, British Airways was the main sponsor, and up until November 2005 they were joint shareholders with Marks Barfield Architects and The Tussauds Group. British Airways also privately funded the London Eye project from the early stages of conception. In June 2008 they celebrated flying their 30 millionth guest!
Chris Day | City of London Skyline

City of London Skyline

City of London Skyline
Chris Day | Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf is located in the West India Docks on the Isle of Dogs in the Borough of Tower Hamlets in East London. The West India Docks once formed part of the busiest port in the world. After the docks were closed in 1980 the British Government adopted various policies to stimulate the redevelopment of the area, including through the creation of the London Docklands Development Corporation in 1981 and granting the Isle of Dogs Enterprise Zone status in 1982. In 1987 the Canadian company Olympia and York agreed to construct a major office development on the Isle of Dogs, with construction commencing in 1988.
Chris Day |  Palace of Westminster

Palace of Westminster

The Palace of Westminster and Parliament Square
Chris Day | Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace in London
Chris Day | Southwark Skyline

Southwark Skyline

Southwark Skyline including the Shard and County Hall
Chris Day | The London Eye

The London Eye

The Merlin Entertainments London Eye is the vision of David Marks and Julia Barfield, a husband and wife architect team. The wheel design was used as a metaphor for the end of the 20th century, and time turning into the new millennium. Back in 2000, the London Eye was known as the Millennium Wheel. At that time, British Airways was the main sponsor, and up until November 2005 they were joint shareholders with Marks Barfield Architects and The Tussauds Group. British Airways also privately funded the London Eye project from the early stages of conception. In June 2008 they celebrated flying their 30 millionth guest!
Chris Day | City of London Skyline

City of London Skyline

City of London Skyline
Chris Day | The London Eye

The London Eye

The Merlin Entertainments London Eye is the vision of David Marks and Julia Barfield, a husband and wife architect team. The wheel design was used as a metaphor for the end of the 20th century, and time turning into the new millennium. Back in 2000, the London Eye was known as the Millennium Wheel. At that time, British Airways was the main sponsor, and up until November 2005 they were joint shareholders with Marks Barfield Architects and The Tussauds Group. British Airways also privately funded the London Eye project from the early stages of conception. In June 2008 they celebrated flying their 30 millionth guest!
Chris Day | Millennium Wheel

Millennium Wheel

The Merlin Entertainments London Eye is the vision of David Marks and Julia Barfield, a husband and wife architect team. The wheel design was used as a metaphor for the end of the 20th century, and time turning into the new millennium. Back in 2000, the London Eye was known as the Millennium Wheel. At that time, British Airways was the main sponsor, and up until November 2005 they were joint shareholders with Marks Barfield Architects and The Tussauds Group. British Airways also privately funded the London Eye project from the early stages of conception. In June 2008 they celebrated flying their 30 millionth guest!
Chris Day | Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge from the South bank of the River Thames
Chris Day | City of London Skyline in 2010

City of London Skyline in 2010

The City of London skyline as seen from Tower Bridge
Chris Day | Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf is located in the West India Docks on the Isle of Dogs in the Borough of Tower Hamlets in East London. The West India Docks once formed part of the busiest port in the world. After the docks were closed in 1980 the British Government adopted various policies to stimulate the redevelopment of the area, including through the creation of the London Docklands Development Corporation in 1981 and granting the Isle of Dogs Enterprise Zone status in 1982. In 1987 the Canadian company Olympia and York agreed to construct a major office development on the Isle of Dogs, with construction commencing in 1988.
Chris Day | Henley-on-Thames

Henley-on-Thames

Henley-on-Thames is a town and civil parish on the River Thames in Oxfordshire, England, about 10 miles downstream and 7 miles northeast of Reading, 10 miles upstream and 7 miles west from Maidenhead. It is near the tripoint of Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.
Chris Day | Henley-on-Thames

Henley-on-Thames

Henley-on-Thames
Chris Day | Henley-on-Thames

Henley-on-Thames

Henley-on-Thames is a town and civil parish on the River Thames in Oxfordshire, England, about 10 miles downstream and 7 miles northeast of Reading, 10 miles upstream and 7 miles west from Maidenhead. It is near the tripoint of Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.
Chris Day | Merton Street Oxford

Merton Street Oxford

Oxford, The City of Dreaming Spires, is famous the world over for its University and place in history. For over 800 years, it has been a home to royalty and scholars, and since the 9th century an established town, although people are known to have lived in the area for thousands of years. Nowadays, the city is a bustling cosmopolitan town. Still with its ancient University, but home also to a growing hi-tech community. Many businesses are located in and around the town, whether on one of the Science and Business Parks or within one of a number of residential areas. With its mix of ancient and modern, there is plenty for both the tourist and resident to do. Whether its visiting one of the many historic buildings, colleges or museums, going out for a drink or a meal, taking in a show or shopping till you drop,
Chris Day | Oxford High Street

Oxford High Street

Oxford, The City of Dreaming Spires, is famous the world over for its University and place in history. For over 800 years, it has been a home to royalty and scholars, and since the 9th century an established town, although people are known to have lived in the area for thousands of years. Nowadays, the city is a bustling cosmopolitan town. Still with its ancient University, but home also to a growing hi-tech community. Many businesses are located in and around the town, whether on one of the Science and Business Parks or within one of a number of residential areas. With its mix of ancient and modern, there is plenty for both the tourist and resident to do. Whether its visiting one of the many historic buildings, colleges or museums, going out for a drink or a meal, taking in a show or shopping till you drop,
Chris Day | Oxford High Street

Oxford High Street

Oxford, The City of Dreaming Spires, is famous the world over for its University and place in history. For over 800 years, it has been a home to royalty and scholars, and since the 9th century an established town, although people are known to have lived in the area for thousands of years. Nowadays, the city is a bustling cosmopolitan town. Still with its ancient University, but home also to a growing hi-tech community. Many businesses are located in and around the town, whether on one of the Science and Business Parks or within one of a number of residential areas. With its mix of ancient and modern, there is plenty for both the tourist and resident to do. Whether its visiting one of the many historic buildings, colleges or museums, going out for a drink or a meal, taking in a show or shopping till you drop,
Chris Day | Angler at Hengistbury Head

Angler at Hengistbury Head

An angler fishing off the end of Hengistbury Head in Dorset. The Isle of Wight in the background.
Chris Day | Kite Surfer

Kite Surfer

Kite Surfer at Southbourne in Dorset
Chris Day | Kite Surfer

Kite Surfer

Kite Surger at Southbourne in Dorset
Chris Day | Lost in thought

Lost in thought

A lone angler sits watching his line and seemingly deep in thought.
Chris Day | Spitfire Mk IXB

Spitfire Mk IXB

Perhaps the most famous of all Spitfires still flying today, MH434 was built in 1943 at Vickers, Castle Bromwich. This Spitfire is completely original, and has never been fully rebuilt. It was flown in combat by South African pilot Flt Lt Henry Lardner-Burke, DFC (1916-1970), seven and a half kills, three damaged, retiring as a Wing Commander.
Chris Day | Spitfire Mk IXB

Spitfire Mk IXB

Perhaps the most famous of all Spitfires still flying today, MH434 was built in 1943 at Vickers, Castle Bromwich. This Spitfire is completely original, and has never been fully rebuilt. It was flown in combat by South African pilot Flt Lt Henry Lardner-Burke, DFC (1916-1970), seven and a half kills, three damaged, retiring as a Wing Commander.
Chris Day | RFA Argus

RFA Argus

Royal Fleet Auxiliary Argus was originally launched in 1981 as the commercially owned and operated Contender Bezant, a combination freight, Roll on Roll off ferry (RORO) and container ship. She is now fully equipped with state of the art emergency facilities and 100-bed medical complex on board, which can be uniquely tailored to deliver cutting-edge treatment afloat and is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship (PCRS). She cannot be designated a hospital ship as she does carry some defensive guns so under the Geneva Convention cannot display the International Red Cross Symbol. She also provides specialist aviation training facilities for the Fleet Air Arm.   
Chris Day | RFA Tiderace

RFA Tiderace

RFA Tiderace is the second in a fleet of four 39,000 tonne Tide-Class tankers, capable of carrying up to 19,000 cubic metres of fuel and 1,400 cubic metres of fresh water. She has been designed to support the new Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carriers.