Audio slideshow: Britain from the Air

From glacier-carved mountain valleys to jagged saw-toothed coastlines, the UK's diverse physical and human geography - as seen from above - is being celebrated in a new street exhibition in Bath.

More than 100 colourful aerial images - showing Britain's natural and human landscapes - are being showcased in Bath city centre. Take a look with the Director of The Royal Geographical Society, Dr Rita Gardner.

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'Britain from the Air' is a free exhibition - jointly created by The Royal Geographical Society, IBG, Wecommunic8 and Ordnance Survey.

It is on display in streets surrounding Bath Abbey until the end of February 2011.

All images subject to copyright. Music: Ralph Vaughan Williams' The Lark Ascending, and courtesy KPM Music.

Slideshow production by Paul Kerley. Publication date 29 September 2010.

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