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Snow covered Reedham from the air

PUBLISHED: 18:57 04 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:33 30 June 2010

The view of Reedham from the air on a snowy day

The view of Reedham from the air on a snowy day

This aerial picture places Reedham perfectly in the flat wintry and watery landscape. Taken at the weekend by aerial lens-man Mike Page during the surprise snow flurry it shows clearly the meandering river Yare heading towards Breydon Water, the Scroby sands windfarm vaguely visible at the top of the picture.

This aerial picture places Reedham perfectly in the flat wintry and watery landscape. Taken at the weekend by aerial lens-man Mike Page during the surprise snow flurry it shows clearly the meandering river Yare heading towards Breydon Water, the Scroby sands windfarm vaguely visible at the top of the picture. Curving off to the right is the rail line to Lowestoft while the Yarmouth line marches off unswervingly to the top of the picture virtually bisecting the scene. Burgh Castle is also visible on the right hand site with Halvergate Marshes, a great swathe covered in white. Reedham Ferry is further along the river to the left, just out of shot.

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