Interactive Panoramic Aerial Photography, Northern Ireland
In the distance you can see Belfast’s famous Harland & Wolff shipyard with their striking yellow gantry cranes. Within the 360° aerial photograph there are areas identified by clickable hotspots.
Click the marker points to be taken to the ground and into some of the famous landmarks across Belfast and beyond, places like The Thompson Dock at Titanic’s Dock & Pump-House – once the beating heart of Harland & Wolffs operation during the construction of the great White Star Liners – Britannic, Olympic and most famously the RMS Titanic.
Zoom up to McArt’s Fort on top of Cavehill. It is one of the most celebrated landmarks in the Hills of Belfast. This fort, on the summit of the hill, is an example of an old ráth or ring fort. It is protected on one side by a precipice. It is believed that the fort’s inhabitants used the caves to store white foods for the winter and may have served as a refuge during times of attack.
Some 20km further to the East you will see Scrabo Tower, easily one of Northern Ireland’s most recognisable landmarks, situated at the head of Strangford Lough, overlooking the old Market Town of Newtownards.
Our professional aerial photography camera rigs can offer a perspective that will amaze and captivate without the expense of a full size helicopter.
Address: Belfast, Northern Ireland