It’s been an interesting few days here on the North Norfolk coast with the storm surge & rough weather. On Friday night we headed to the cliffs at Cromer to watch the mighty power of the sea and we weren’t disappointed!
The footage of the huge waves during the night are a bit grainy & rough – there wasn’t much light for filming and I just used my iphone as I didn’t want to get my cameras covered in salt spray yet again (especially after literally just getting them back from a service & shutter replacement ready for the 2017 wedding season).
The next morning I headed to Cromer with the drone at daybreak to get some aerial shots of the waves and the damage the surge had done. So sad to see the remains of the smashed up beach huts after seeing a similar scene at the previous storm surge only 3 years ago.
The footage has received amazing attention being shown on the BBC national news, BBC Look East News (including an interview) & ITN plus I’ve had requests for footage for a program called Winter Road Rescue on Channel 5, BBC’s Inside Out and been interviewed live on BBC Radio Norfolk, yesterday was pretty hectic!
The video on my personal Facebook page has (at this point in time) received over 186,000 views and 3500 shares, such unexpected and amazing publicity, it really has been a great start to the year!
Here’s the edited video (be sure to click on the HD symbol bottom right for the best viewing experience and turn on your sound for some soothing music!)…
For more examples of my aerial video footage using the drone and some other commercial videos I have made scroll through my Vimeo page.
More information about my Aerial photography in Norfolk can be found on my dedicated site – http://www.aerovisuals.co.uk/
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