From up here high among the birds and the treetops you get a wonderful view of the Norfolk landscape. In many ways it’s typical of the county – the zig-zag coastline that looks like its been munched by a hungry caterpillar, arable fields of sugar beet and turnips, a picturesque windmill and (if you’re lucky) a steam train snaking through the landscape.
But there’s much more to this view if you know what to look for.
In Private Lives, playwright Noel Coward famously mocked Norfolk as "very flat", but if you look towards the coast and to the right (north east) you can see a hill topped with a white building (a coastguards hut).
This is Skelding Hill, and standing an impressive 170 metres above sea level it's something of an anomaly.