Published: January 7, 2010
Exclusive photos of snow-covered Burnham-On-Sea from the air

These stunning photos of Burnham-On-Sea were shot by an aerial photographer on Thursday (January 7th).

Jeff Thomas took the 'birds eye' photographs of the wintry Burnham area from a microlight 1,500 feet above the town. "It was a stunning view," he told Burnham-On-Sea.com after soaring over the lighthouse, Brent Knoll and Brean Down.

Whilst the temperatures outside his craft were below zero, Jeff was comfortable in his covered microlight. The wintry weather is set to continue for the next few days.

Burnham's Pier and town centre had a sugar coating of ice and snow

Brent Knoll and Crook Peak behind were also covered in the white stuff

Snow-topped Brean Down with the Welsh mountains in the distance

Cheddar Reservoir was surrounded by fields of thick snow on Thursday

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