Sprowston photographer captures stunning drone footage over Happisburgh

Stunning drone footage over Happisburgh. Picture Dibs McCallum

Stunning drone footage over Happisburgh. Picture Dibs McCallum - Credit: Archant

A Sprowston photographer documenting World War Two bunkers around the UK captured stunning footage during a drone flight in Happisburgh over the weekend.


Dibs MaCallum, 35, was visiting the North Norfolk village to take photos of the pillboxes for his photography project 'Night Bunker' when he decided to fly his drone.

'It was one of the first videos I had actually taken with the drone and as I was teaching I didn't think I would have a chance to fly it,' he said. 'But it was such a nice sunny evening I thought I would try it out and it is not often you capture a sunset that good.'

The Norwich University of the Arts graduate is planning to travel the country to photograph as many World War Two bunkers on the coastline as possible.

He said: 'Most people have only ever taken photos of them during the day so I'm doing something very different taking photos of them in the dark as it gives you something completely unique.'

•To see more of Dibs work visit his website.

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