3 June 2010
Last updated at 17:23
Twenty-four hours on from the murders of 12 people by gunman Derrick Bird, communities in west Cumbria are trying to come to terms with what happened.
More details have been emerging about Bird's victims. His twin brother David, pictured, is thought to have been the first to die. The father-of-three was shot dead at his home. A neighbour said he was "the kindest man".
Estate agent Jamie Clark was shot dead as he drove through the village of Seascale. Colleagues described Mr Clark as "one of the nicest lads you could ever hope to meet".
Derrick Bird was a taxi driver and one of his victims was a colleague, Darren Rewcastle. Today, the taxi rank in Whitehaven where the murder took place had become a focus for tributes.
Mr Rewcastle was shot dead at about 1030 BST on Wednesday. After the killing, Derrick Bird was seen driving through the town of Whitehaven with his gun hanging out of his taxi window.
Derrick Bird drove through west Cumbria leaving a trail of death in his wake. At each murder scene, flowers have been placed - this one is the spot where farmer Garry Purdham was killed.
Mr Purdham played rugby league for Workington Town and was described by the club chairman as "a gentleman and a pleasure to know".
The country's media descended on Cumbria after Wednesday's killings. Some commentators have raised the suggestion that Britain's gun laws need to be re-examined in the light of what happened.
Several sites crucial to the police investigation are still cordoned off. Here, an officer guards the entrance to Penny Hill Farm, near the village of Boot, where gunman Derrick Bird killed himself.
Derrick Bird's home in the tiny village of Rowrah is also under police guard. Neighbours said he had always seemed like a pleasant, quiet man.
Forensic science officers are painstakingly searching Bird's home. Here one can be seen through a window removing a box of shotgun cartridges from a cupboard.
Isaac Dixon was another of Derrick Bird's victim's - shot as he stood in conversation with a farmer at the edge of a field in Carleton. The other man was left unharmed.
Jennifer Jackson was shot dead in the street. Her husband James was killed when he came to look for her. One neighbour said of the retired couple: "There were none better."