I was delighted to be invited in to South Walney Junior School to meet and work with their Year 5 pupils this week. On Tuesday I gave a presentation about the aerial work I do and then explained about 360° photographs. On Thursday, despite the overcast and windy conditions, the year group ventured out to the shore with their teachers and created their own 360° photographs using the school’s iPads. I am now in the middle of processing these photographs and am looking forward to going back in to show them the results. The pupils were a credit to their school and it was great to witness their enthusiasm and appreciation. A big thank you to Caitlin Bates for organising the project.

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