Mike Page’s aerial photographs of East Anglia have delighted an eager public, making bestsellers of his previous books, A Broads-Eye View and Norfolk Coast From the Air. His photographs are featured regularly in The Eastern Daily Press further adding to the public appetite for these superb aerial views.
Mike’s intimate knowledge of the area and his interest in flying and photography make him particularly well qualified to create this fine collection of aerial pictures of Suffolk’s coastline. Geography has bequeathed the county with an isolation that has shaped its great character. And its scenery is delightful as you’ll see. The seaside towns, major and minor ports, fishing villages, woodlands, nature reserves and seaside resorts show off their character so well. Long gone are the brigands and pirates who dominated this coastline in yesteryear. Its constant domination continues to be the North Sea which shapes the coastline and keeps it in a state of change. Readers will enjoy these outstanding bird’s eye views of Suffolk’s fine coastline and Pauline Young’s excellent accompanying text notes.
ISBN 9781841145723, hardback, 220x240mm, 144 pages. Published October 2006. Reprinted 2007 (twice).