- Aperture: ƒ/5.4
- Camera: PENTAX Optio A20
- Focal length: 23.7mm
- ISO: 64
Relief Lifeboat 47-010 RNLB RFA Sir Galahad returning to the Bembridge Lifeboat Station. The RNLB RFA Sir Galahad is a 47 Foot Tenby Class lifeboat, named after the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Sir Galahad. The RFA Sir Galahad served, and was destroyed in the Falklands Conflict with great loss of life.
The sun begins to set on Weston’s Grand Pier, as we enjoy a fish and chips on the sea-front. Luckily we got there to see the original pavilion, just a year later it was destroyed by fire.
Looking up Belfast Lough from Carrickfergus Castle into Belfast itself. The the outline of the iconic Samson and Goliath cranes on the opposite shore in the Harland & Wolf shipyard.