A bird’s eye view

November 10, 2011 at 12:48 pm Leave a comment

It’s easy to get complacent about living and working in such a beautiful part of the world as Dorset – sometimes you just take that amazing coastline for granted. Which is why it’s been so good working  for Coastal Publishing recently, promoting their amazing new book of aerial photography by Peter Sills called The Jurassic Coast: An Aerial Journey Through Time. 

The photographs are incredible – fantastic bird’s-eye views of this World Heritage Site everywhere from  Lyme Regis and Chesil Beach to Budleigh Salterton. And the good people at Photography Monthly have obviously been impressed to, as they have dedicated three full-colour pages in their December issue to an interview with Peter and showcased his stunning views of the coast. You can almost smell that sea air!




Entry filed under: Autumn 11.

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