"In the days leading up to the full lockdown, every day provided a new and unique picture, from panic-buying to empty retail parks and shopping malls and unsold cars stacked up on runways," says Gorman.
"My first image was the near-empty Bluewater car park taken on 16 March, (see main image above). This was the day that Health Secretary Matt Hancock told the Commons that 'all unnecessary social contact should cease'.
 
"I knew an aerial image of one of the UK's largest shopping malls would give an immediate picture of the effect on the economy in general."
Gorman's image of Bluewater appeared in the Daily Mail and The Daily Telegraph.
 
These make for a fascinating look into the impact the Coronavirus has had on all aspects of life during lockdown......
Bournemouth Beach taken on Good Friday 2019 (left above) and Good Friday 2020 (right above) from the same angle.
 
 
See a further selection of Chris Gorman's drone photographs on the BBC NEWS PAGE HERE.