Aerial views of Leicester
Aerial photos of Leicester
The city of Leicester from the air
On Friday July the 20th, 2018, Keith was in a helicopter flying over Leicester.
Fortunately he was carrying a canon EOS 5Ds 50 megapixel camera with the Canon EF 70-200 F2.8L IS lens – together capable of taking exceedingly high resolution photos of the city below.
This collection of photos shows some of the highlights, and is intended to give anyone who knows the city a very different angle on its 2000 years of history.
From Roman ruins to modern construction work the city layout and history is there to see.
For a 16″ x 24″ glossy print, we’re doing a special price of £65 (UK ‘signed for’ P&P is £10 for up to 3 prints)
All photos are available as very big prints – these images should easily print at 60″ x 40″ – for custom sizes and quantity discounts (over 3), please just give Keith a call
Click on any photo to enlarge, or see the gallery at the foot of the article. These are shots from one trip over the city and are a one-off set.
Leicester city centre
Views of the city centre from different angles
A full size crop from the picture above showing Leicester Cathedral, and to its right, the car park where the remains of King Richard III were found.
De Montfort University
Two views of De Montfort University campus
University of Leicester
Two views of the University of Leicester
Sports grounds and stadiums
Football, rugby and cricket.
Where Northlight images is based
At the other end of Narborough Rd, Fosse Park
The full resolution images used in making our prints have several times the fine detail you can see here.
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