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Video: Take a trip from Great Yarmouth to Winterton with aerial photographer Mike Page

13:29 14 January 2013

AERIAL photographer Mike page has released his latest video footage showing erosion along the East Anglian coastline.

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Last month, Mr Page shared video footage filmed as he flew over the coast from Easton Bavents to Kessingland via YouTube. And now he has released another video, this time showing the coast from Great Yarmouth outer harbour to Winterton.

Mr Page, whose aerial photos are now legendary in Suffolk, has now started taking high-quality video sequences shot from the skies.

His work takes you along the coast showing the varying width of the beach and highlights just how close the sea is getting to civilisation.

How many famous landmarks can you spot?

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