EDS were asked to provide both ground and aerial stills and video for this special project, filmed 2 days before the Euro 2020 finals. Based on Samphire Hoe, care was taken not to disturb the nesting Peregrine Falcons on the cliffs and all operations were carried out with landowner and Nature England’s consent and oversight. […]
EDS were recently asked to shoot a wedding from the air for friends at the beautiful Rochester Cathedral and the amazing Michelin Star holding Fordwich Arms, located in Britain’s smallest town. With a choice of 3 drones, the Mavic 2 Pro was chosen due to it’s small size and low noise but remarkable quality 1″ […]
As lockdown eases we headed down to the beautiful and relaxing Camber Sands. With a light mist on the horizon and the sun attempting to break through the clouds we saw some stunning colours on the beach. Click on any image in the gallery to view full size.
Photographs taken on the 5th January 2020 after Britain has left the EU and the Sevington Lorry Park is open. Lorries are also being processed at the nearby Waterbrook Park as pictured as the main site isn’t complete due to delays caused by the wet weather.
Due to a new, more transmittable strain of Coronavirus, France closed their ports to UK freight traffic heading to the continent. Local authorities enabled Operation Stack on the M20 and Operation Brock which led to 4,000 lorries parked up on the runway at the disused Manson Airport and traffic chaos thoroughout Kent. Images captured 23rd […]
Shots taken 23rd November 2020 show the continuing work at the Post-Brexit Lorry Park in Sevington, Ashford. For our previous images taken in July 2020, please visit this article.
While on a roof inspection operation of Dulwich College we managed to catch some sunshine and lovely shots of the college!
17th July 2020 – Contractors begin work on the temporary Lorry Park at Sevington in Ashford for checks to be carried out post-Brexit. For our November 2020 update, please visit this article.
Aerial shots of St Mary’s Abbey, West Malling and of West Malling town. https://www.mallingabbey.org
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