The unique nature of the Norfolk coastline, its visual beauty set against its susceptibility to change through
manmade and environmental effects, holds a particular fascination when seen from the air. The photographs
in this book provide views which cover all aspects of the coast, from its sweeping isolation, to tiny
seaside villages, and to the popular and populated resorts of Cromer and Great Yarmouth.
In this book the reader is offered a visual memento of the Norfolk coast through photographs specially
selected by the author. Both for those who know this part of Norfolk well, or for those who are visiting on
holiday, this gem of a book provides the perfect keepsake.
Gorleston-born Mike Page began his working life as a boat builder but in 1973 in
partnership with his wife Gillian began a garage business at Strumpshaw, east of
Norwich. He's now semi-retired and his son Martin runs the garage, which gives him
more time to pursue his flying and photographic interests. He has a considerable
library of aerial and wildlife prints which he makes readily available. In addition he
supplies newspapers with newsworthy pictures and recently has produced aerial
photographs for the Eastern Daily Press in a series of supplements that have been very well received. His first
major project was a number of videos and DVDs of the East Anglian Coast. His first book A Broads-Eye View
also produced in partnership with Pauline Young, was a huge success, followed by their books Norfolk Coast
from the Air, Suffolk Coast from the Air and A Broads Eye View 2.
Imprint: Halsgrove. ISBN 978 1 84114 830 4, hardback, 110x115mm, 64 pages. Published June 2008.