A Drone’s Eye View Shows You The Cape Cod Like You’ve Never Seen It Before
More than 100 images reveal the Cape Cod’s ocean currents, tide pools, geological forms, and orderly town grids from never-before-seen angles and perspectives.
In “Cape Cod and the Islands: A Drone’s Eye View”—his sixth Cape Cod photography book, available in May—photographer Christopher Seufert introduces drone images of his native Cape Cod’s landmarks and little-known hideaways.
From altitudes of up to 400 feet, Seufert captured places and moments such as the wreck of the Liberty ship James Longstreet, Provincetown dune shacks, a great white shark, and surfers at Wellfleet’s LeCount Hollowup.
The photographs give equal exposure to both hidden corners and well-traveled landmarks of every towns on the cape, including Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.
The author’s creative use of the latest drone technology will be a revelation for even the most seasoned Cape Codder.
ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER
Based in Chatham, Cape Cod, Christopher Seufert has been an aerial photographer since 1992, and received a commercial UAV license with the FAA in 2016.
Along with capturing images and publishing photography books, Seufert leads custom photographic tours throughout Chatham and the national seashore.