Still not the best of days for photography with my camera, there seemed to be more people out on the rather choppy water than wandering around by it:
The Castle was one of Henry VIII's coastal forts, and was later modified by Charles II:
Having explored the castle, including the tunnels, which scared at least one young visitor (he asked me if I'd go back in with him as I was obviously a far safer person to scare away the ghosts than his father and grandmother who were yet to venture down there), I hung around outside the D-Day Museum waiting for my historical collaborator, who wanted to view the Overlord Embroidery with me.
There, I saw a collection of very fine memorials and tanks (the latter of which were being clambered over by a variety of urchins (though not when I took my photos):
Incidentally, the Overlord Embroidery is just as magnificent no matter how many times I view it, and there always seem to be new things to spot in both the embroidery and the related displays.