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Gallery: East Anglia from above - has your home been photographed?

13:38 21 December 2012

Harwich 2010

Harwich 2010


AERIAL photographer Mike Page has been taking to the skies of East Anglia, photographing the glorious countryside, dramatic coastline and bustling market towns for years.


His photos are a popular feature in the EADT and now we have some of our favourites here, in one place.

Can you spot your town or village? Or a favourite holiday destination?

Click on the myphotos24 link top left to buy a copy of one of these photos, a percentage of the profits goes to good causes.

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