Awesome drone photos turn Wells-next-the-Sea into Wells-from-the-Air
PUBLISHED: 13:23 05 October 2020 | UPDATED: 13:48 05 October 2020
Picturesque Wells-next-the-Sea has been transformed into Wells-from-the-Air.
Stunning views of the seaside town have been captured by Mark Frary, who photographed Wells after getting a new drone two months ago.
Mr Frary, 45, said the photos, which show the town, River Glaven, marshes and the beach, were taken from a height of about 120m.
He said: “I really just wanted to show our local people just how lucky we are to have this beautiful place. Of course, tourists are a big boost for our economy too.”
Mr Frary, who lives in Hempton and works on a farm at Swanton Morley, saidhe was “born and bred” in Wells and had always loved the town.
He said 120m was as high as you were allowed to take a drone while keeping within the regulations, and there were also rules about flying over populated areas which drone pilots had to observe.
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