Photo gallery: Fine views of a Fine City - Norwich from the air
PUBLISHED: 15:53 08 February 2015 | UPDATED: 15:53 08 February 2015
Norfolk aerial photographer Mike Page has taken to the skies above Norwich for views of ‘A Fine City’.
Norwich from the air
Norwich around the Forum and Market area from the air at night.
Two Norwich landmarks line up in this unusual-angle photograph. In the background the soaring spire of Norwich Cathedral - the mighty building begun in 1096 - while in the foreground County Hall can only claim 1960s vintage.
Tower tours are a must for visitors to Norwichs other magnificent cathedral - St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Cathedral.
Norwich Cathedral: Defying religious turmoil, riot, fire and air raids over the centuries to stand as a beacon on the city skyline.
From the top: A view of Norwich Castle, with its galleries radiating out from the building. Ambitious plans have been announced to create an enhanced Norman experience in the 900-year-old keep.
Earlham Park. Picture: Mike Page
Aerial view of the Norfolk & Norwich hospital. Photo: Mike Page
Aerial view of the UEA. Photo: Mike Page
Broadland Business Park. Picture: Mike Page
Copies of any of these pictures are available from www.mike-page.co.uk or The Photographers’ Gallery, Holt. All photographs copyright Mike Page. Mike has published 13 books of his stunning photographs with Halsgrove, with all author’s royalties going to charity.
See local bookshops for details or contact the publishers direct on http://tinyurl.com/m7ptona His latest book, published with Poppyland, is Norfolk Churches From The Air.
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