In 2015 the Broads officially became one of the National Parks of Great Britain. It's the largest protected wetland in the UK and the only one of the fifteen National Parks to include a city, Norwich. Viewed from ground level the beauties of the English landscape can be obvious, but only from above does the rich pattern of its various elements fall into a glorious whole. Through the medium of Mike Cope's expert aerial photography we can experience how truly connected are the rivers, fens, marshes, and settlements that make up this intricate mosaic, as he takes us on an A to Z birds-eye journey over the stunning Broads, from Acle to Great Yarmouth and from Alderfen to Wroxham Broad.
Broads National Park from the Air