Britain from the Air is a major national touring exhibition offering an exhilarating perspective of some of the UK’s most breath-taking and thought provoking landscapes and landmarks, from the well-known to the less familiar. Since its launch in 2010 Britain from the Air has visited Bath, Oxford and Chatham, and has been seen by more than five million people.
The exhibition is being brought to Edinburgh - a Scottish first - by the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) and street gallery pioneers, WeCommunic8, and will be available to view until 20 May 2013.
It is being sponsored by the City of Edinburgh Council, Marketing Edinburgh and Essential Edinburgh in conjunction with Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS), Edinburgh World Heritage and the Grassmarket BID; and has been additionally supported by the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa and Harvey Nichols, Edinburgh.
You can see and hear more about Britain from the Air in the BBC Online Slideshow with commentary from Society Director, Dr Rita Gardner, created for the launch in Bath, and visit our online exhibition or use the education resources linked to the exhibition.