With apologies to Gerry Marsden – Enroute home from New Brighton I decided to give my DJI Mavic Mini 2 a little exercise so I parked up near the Mersey Ferry terminal and flew across the Mersey to grab some 360 degree panoramas of the Liverpool skyline and of course I couldn’t resist a couple of shots of “MV Snowdrop” the Dazzle Ferry plying its way across the river.Continue reading “Drone Cross the Mersey”
Looking back through a few recent drone images I came across a couple I had missed where the light and clouds combined to produce a couple of interesting images, one above the clouds and the other as the clouds lifted above the Chew Valley and Dove Stones Reservoir.Continue reading “Above the clouds”
The Malvern Hills are a range of hills in the English counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and a small area of northern Gloucestershire, dominating the surrounding countryside and the towns and villages of the district of Malvern.
Late August and a dry spell and the harvest is in full flow.
On the east coast of Oleron the minor road that runs along the coast has been designated the “Route des Huîtres” and for good reason, all the way along the route are the colourful shacks and boats of the Oyster farming industry.
On Oleron there is really only one game in town – Huitres (Oysters).
Fort Boyard is a fort located between the Île-d’Aix and the Île d’Oléron in the Pertuis d’Antioche straits, on the west coast of France. Though a fort on Boyard bank was suggested as early as the 17th century, it was not until the 1800s under Napoleon Bonaparte that work began. Building started in 1801 and was completed in 1857.