Britain from the Air Journal

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Britain from the Air Journal:

Introduction by Michael Palin,

Immediate Past President of the Royal Geographical Society - IBG.


Full page images - 75 Full page aerial photographs and captions that combine celebration, education and inspiration, encouraging enjoyment and exploration of Britain's wonderful natural and man-made landscapes.

Historical maps - Rare RGS collection of Historical maps of Great Britain.

A timeline of Great Britain - Showing the geological and geographical history of Great Britain. The Timeline includes a selection of 39 aerial photographs from the exhibition covering each period from Precambrian (4.6 billion to 540 million years) right up to the 21st century

6 Sections of fascinating “Did you know?” facts

Ruled paper pages for your journal and notes.

Printed on FSC accredited paper.

Whether used as a travel journal to record your experiences, or for planning a trip, this journal is ideal for anyone with
a love of Britain. These aerial photographs combine celebration, exploration, education and inspiration, and will encourage
everyone to enjoy and explore Britain's wonderful natural and man-made landscapes.

The images in this journal, taken by Britain's foremost aerial photographers, have been selected from the Britain from the
Air street gallery exhibition, developed jointly by wecommunic8 and the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG).

 ISBN - 978-1-905860-52-4

"Our landscapes in Britain tell the stories of our heritage, bring alive the beauty of our environment, and challenge us all to understand changes taking place today in our towns and cities. All too often, chasing faraway places, we forget just what beauty we have on our doorstep and just how varied Britain is, even today."
Michael Palin CBE
Imediate Past President of The Royal Geographical Society
(with IBG)

Note: The Journal includes a selection of Scottish images but does not include the Edinburgh images currently featured in the exhibition however there are Edinburgh prints and cards available.



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