A cavalcade of vehicles and floats made its way along Guernsey's east coast to mark the 65th anniversary of Liberation Day on 9 May 2010.
The military vehicles from both Guernsey and further afield paraded from Pembroke to St Peter Port and featured everything from jeeps and motorcycles to amphibious cars.
Amongst the crowds lining the St Peter Port sea front were a group of Chelsea Pensioners and Gurkhas who were joined by Guernsey's Chief Minister Lyndon Trott.
There were many different types of military vehicle in the cavalcade and many of the people inside them had dressed up for the event.
Vehicles representing all three British armed forces, as well as those of other countries paraded along the seafront.
Some of the vehicles were decorated with Guernsey flags and Union Jacks to add to the celebratory feeling of the day.
It was not just the people in the crowd taking photos as some of the people in the vehicles were taking their own photos and videos too.
This six person push bike was one of the more bizarre sites amongst the classic vehicles in the cavalcade but its occupants were none the less enthusiastic in their military costumes.
As well as the military vehicles and classic cars there was a selection of WWII era bicycles taking part in the parade.
The Guernsey Scout Band was one of several bands marching in the cavalcade keeping rhythm and adding some music to proceedings.
Parishes and organisations made their own floats for the parade. This one from Torteval featured a windmill and scarecrows.
Guernsey's bus company, Island Coachways, entered their Liberation Bus in the parade decorated with photos from 65 years ago.
There was traditional dancing in the cavalcade as well from the Bells and Broomsticks, who brought along their own mobile folk band.
Looking back more than 65 years, Queen Victoria made an appearance in the cavalcade on the Guernsey Living History float.
One of the floats remembered the assistance the Red Cross gave to Guernsey during the Occupation with a float in the shape of the SS Vega.
The float from St Saviour featured music from Bish's Banjo Boys who are well known for their appearances at the West Show.