EDINBURGH has become the latest host venue for the Society's Britain from the Air, an outdoor exhibition of more than 100 stunning aerial photographs.
The free-to-access street gallery is the perfect way to see Britain from a unique aerial perspective. Combined with a large-scale, walk-on Ordnance Survey map situated in Festival Square, visitors will be able to walk the length and breadth of the British Isles, finding favourite locations and discovering new ones.
11 specially selected photographs of striking locations around Edinburgh will also be unveiled as part of the exhibition, which will remain the city until May 20.
The exhibition has been brought to Edinburgh by the Royal Geographical Society and street gallery pioneers, Wecommunic8 and is sponsored by the City of Edinburgh Council, Marketing Edinburgh and Essential Edinburgh, in conjunction with Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland, Edinburgh World Heritage and the Grassmarket BID.