Bird’s eye views of Norwich: City landmarks photographed from the air
- Credit: Mike Page
We're all used to seeing Norwich's landmarks as we walk around the city's historic streets.
But a bird's eye view can give a fresh perspective.
Photographer Mike Page took to the air to capture these images of some of Norwich's most familiar buildings.
The one of Norwich Castle shows how the Keep is just one section of a wonderful museum.
From above you can clearly see the rotunda, which leads visitors into galleries, such as those housing paintings by the Norwich School of artists and the natural history collection.
The images also showcase the curved roof of the Hopkins Architects-designed The Forum.
The gaping gap at the back of City Hall - the car park which Norwich City Council hopes offices or a five star hotel could be built on - can be seen.
And there's also a shot of the Peafield Towermill in Lakenham - the city's last surviving windmill.
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