A stark black and white image of the ‘Dolphins’ at Lepe in the New Forest National Park. The ‘Dolphins’ are remains of the pier head used to load ships departing for Normandy on 6th June 1944 for the D-Day landings. A bitingly cold wind was blowing along the Solent which made the 90 second exposure seem much longer.

A stark black and white image of the ‘Dolphins’ at Lepe in the New Forest National Park.

The ‘Dolphins’ are remains of the pier head used to load ships departing for Normandy on 6th June 1944 for the D-Day landings. A bitingly cold wind was blowing along the Solent which made the 90 second exposure seem much longer.