Photo gallery: Catch a bird’s eye view of what the flood left in it’s wake

Floods December 2013. Pictured: Flooded road at St Olaves. Photo: Mike Page Floods December 2013. Pictured: Flooded road at St Olaves. Photo: Mike Page

Saturday, December 7, 2013
12:18 PM

The sea surge from the air.

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Aerial photographer Mike Page gives a unique perspective to the region’s flooding.

4 comments

  • £14 billion spent on overseas aid, yet not a dime for East Anglia coastal flood damage< Nice to see who London care about

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    weaversway

    Saturday, December 7, 2013

  • SIGH.....Thank you LOWESTOFT Journal for sending some out aloft to take pictures of a once in a lifetime disaster and yet not take a single aerial photo of Lowestoft, Kirkley, Pakefield or Southwold.

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    A. Taylor

    Saturday, December 7, 2013

  • And where are the photographs taken at the time of the flood in Lowestoft, lots of people were about with their cameras. We expect BBC Look East to have never heard of Lowestoft but we expect better from the Lowestoft Journal.

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    Port Watcher

    Monday, December 9, 2013

  • Or, of far greater importance, the often neglected jewel in WDC's crown, Oulton Broad,

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    peter waller

    Sunday, December 8, 2013

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