Today we drove down to a place on the Solent called Keyhaven. Keyhaven is a small place, but is absolutely wonderful. It's at the west end of the Solent and there is a spit which goes out almost half the way to the Isle of Wight. At the end of the spit is Hurst Castle, which was built by Henry VIII and modernised in the 19th century. It was part of our defences in WW2.
More photos will appear on Flickr soon (but not today).
The above image was made from three seperate images using a nice program called autostitch.