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A short piece of film footage of Stonehenge and the New Forest during Autumn period shows the beautiful colours from the surrounding countryside.

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Calibre were asked to provide a set of photo’s that could be used for a golf club website and club brochure.

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Promotional Video of Sussex taking in some of the famous landmarks from the Jack & Jill Windmills on the south downs at Clayton, the Ouse Valley viaduct outside Haywards Heath built in 1841, and The Long Man Of Wilmington on Windover Hill, North East of Eastbourne.

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The Ancre is a river which runs through Albert and then south-east to eventually join the River Somme near Corbie. Further upstream, however, its course is to the north of Albert, and it runs by the villages of Beaucourt, Authuille and Aveluy.

Calibre Aerial photography was commissioned by WWI historian and Lecturer to provide both video and photographic images.

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Archiscape is a unique property which was designed and built by its owner of which he and his family then lived in for thirty years. The owner commissioned Calibre Aerial Photography to provide video and photographic evidence of the property before its new owners demolished it to build houses on the land.

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Waverley Abbey was the first Cistercian abbey in England. It was founded in 1128 by William Giffard, Bishop of Winchester.  It was damaged on more than one occasion by severe flooding, resulting in rebuilding in the 13th century.

The abbey was closed in 1536 as part of King Henry VIII’s Dissolution of the Monasteries. Subsequently largely demolished, its stone was reused in local buildings, including “Waverley Abbey House”, which was built in 1723 in the northern portion of the former abbey precinct.

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Calibre Aerial Photography were asked to provide aerial photographs and video for promotional use.

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Aerial photography helps to market house in Hampshire.

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