Because you’re free to read this blog
- June 18th - Spotted in appallingly bad light way off near the... July 20, 2017
- June 19th - Last week I noted in passing that we were between... July 20, 2017
- July 18th - On the canal near the Black Cock Bridge, there’s... July 19, 2017
- July 18th - Today, the older cats of Scarborough Road and north... July 19, 2017
- July 17th - Later the same day, in Darlaston. A summer... July 18, 2017
- July 17th - Time for my annual botanically subversive mission:... July 18, 2017
- July 16th - The dying light intensified it’s drama as I headed... July 18, 2017
- July 16th - Slowly bumbling over to Chasewater to catch the... July 18, 2017
- July 16th - I seem to have it with a cold. I’ve been feeling a... July 18, 2017
- July 15th - Another joy of warm summer rides is the overspray... July 18, 2017
- July 15th - Out on a late afternoon ride on a warm but grey... July 18, 2017
- July 14th - I never lose sight of how lush and green a summer is... July 18, 2017
Top Posts & Pages
- Laptop and Xbox stolen in Brownhills burglary - please keep a lookout
- The Swan, Brownhills: Come say farewell, and welcome a new era
- Brick by brick
- Walsall Wood Remembrance Parade: Appeal still running!
- Terrace World Buffet - new Brownhills restaurant opening this Saturday!
- The Swan pub to live again
- Have you seen this lost Macaw?
- Meet your local coppers this Friday in Brownhills
- Ninety years, a true Brownhills sportsman
- Demolition, man
- 4,477,387 hits
- 2014 2015 2016 2017 Accident Aldridge appeal away Bill Shaw Brian Stringer Brownhills Brownhills local history Canal Chase Inn Chasewater Chasewater Dam Chasewater Wildlife Group Cheap tat Clayhanger crime Cycle rides cycling David Evans Derelict entertainment event Events Express & Star Facebook FC football Footy free gig Good of the Wood home Lichfield live music local blogs Local History Local politics Lost match review Mike Bird New Photos Newtown Oak Park Old maps Panoramio planning Police Politics Pubs Real Ale Redevelopment Report Reservoir result Saturday Shire Oak Silly soccer Staffordshire Stonnall Sunday Things to do Twitter Vandalism Walsall Walsall Council Walsall politics Walsall Wood Walsall WOod FC West Midlands Police Wildlife
© BrownhillsBobAll rights reserved - material not to be reused without permission.
Blogs I Follow
- Wise O Notes
- South Coast Tour 2016
- Andrew's Kindred
- The Plastic Hippo
- BrownhillsBob's Brownhills Blog
- Edinburgh Wildlife
- DARLASTON REMEMBERS
- West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust
- Aer Reg
- Mikes WFC Players History
- Life At 50mm
- Studio Living
- Diary of a Four Wheeled Wonder Woman
- Lichfield Waterworks Trust
- Chasewaterstuff's Railway & Canal Blog
- Chasewater Railway Museum
Search Results for: steve martin drone
It’s been a while since I featured anything here from top drone whizz and ex-Brownhills lad Steve Martin, and today it’s a pleasure to feature another remarkable gallery of his aerial photography, inspired by the recent Heritage Narrow Boat Club gathering at Silver Street.
The wonderful drone photographer Steve Martin, whose remarkable work I’ve featured here several times in recent months has played a real blinder and come up with a set of Brownhills photos that are by turns unique, stunning and fascinating.
Good to my word, and thanks to the generosity of drone-pilot extraordinaire Steve Martin, I can share with readers today the results of a wonderful photographic flight Steve made last weekend over Pelsall North Common and the Cannock Extension Canal arm, which is now truncated at the A5 near Norton Canes.
[caption id="attachment_32686" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Image kindly shared by Steve Martin.[/caption] Continue reading
Drone whizz, top photographer and former Brownhills lad Steve Martin has been kind enough once more to send me not one, but two batches of images this weekend of familiar places around the local area, photographed from an aerial point of view – this first, above, features some great shots of Chasewater, Brownhills Common and Birch Coppice.
Drone whizz, top photographer and former Brownhills lad Steve Martin has been at it again, and sent a remarkable set of images taken of Brownhills as most of us will never have seen before – from the air, at night.