Drone gives a different perspective of Berryfields, Brill Windmill and Waterside

Photo of Berryfields. Picture by Tom Hindley. PNL-160215-123529001

Photo of Berryfields. Picture by Tom Hindley. PNL-160215-123529001

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An amateur photographer has taken to using an aerial drone to snap some of the Vale’s most recognisable sights.

Tom Hindley, 22, who lives in Fairford Leys, bought a drone six months ago and has used it to take pictures of landmarks including the Waterside Theatre and Brill Windmill.

Brill Windmill. Photo by Tom Hindley. PNL-160215-123518001

Brill Windmill. Photo by Tom Hindley. PNL-160215-123518001

He said: “I went to a drone show at the NEC in Birmingham and that sparked my interest. I wanted to get a different perspective on the area and I hope the photos give that.

“The reaction has mainly been positive, sometimes in fields I get walkers or joggers stop because they are interested in what I am doing.

“I have also taken picturesof other towns including Reading and Derby.”

Mr Hindley works as a medical engineer in Aston Clinton.He has recently been flying his drone over some of the areas pictured here, including Berryfields.

The Waterside Theatre in Aylesbury. Photo by Tom Hindley. PNL-160215-123540001

The Waterside Theatre in Aylesbury. Photo by Tom Hindley. PNL-160215-123540001