A British veteran of the Second World War has become the world's oldest skydiver.
Bryson William Verdun Hayes, who is 101 years old, has completed a parachute jump from an altitude of 5000m along with three generations of his family.
Mr Hayes served in the Army during World War II and was presented with a Legion d'honneur for his heroic actions on D-Day, and in the campaign to liberate Europe from the Nazis.
He said the jump was something he had wanted to do since he turned 90 - but had been talked out of it by his wife.
"Beautiful. Really, I'd do it again tomorrow ... it's lovely."
A spokesman for the Royal British Legion said Mr Hayes would be celebrating with a glass of champagne.