Bombs, hills and coastline



Bombs, hills and coastline


A collection of photographs in an album. From top left to bottom right:
1. Target photograph showing three bombs falling towards cloud and fields. There is no caption to identify the target.
2. Target photograph. The ground is mostly obscured by cloud but some detail is visible at left and right. The photograph is annotated '3B' but there is no caption to identify the target.
3. An air-to-air photograph of another aircraft flying over hills.
4. An oblique aerial photograph of Pentire near Newquay in Cornwall. The Warren coastline, Crantock Beach and the River Ganel are clearly visible.
5. An oblique aerial photograph of coastal cliffs with some hills in the distance.




Five b/w photographs mounted on an album page


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