These are just some of the 100 aerial landscapes and scenes in Britain that are going to be featured in the Air street exhibition on September 28 until the end of February.
|The maze at Longleat House, Wiltshire, is three-dimensional with six bridges allowing visitors to see the maze from above to appreciate its beauty|
|Morston Marsh in Norfolk is one of nature's ways of protecting the coastline against stormy seas and erosion|
|Bass Rock in the Firth of Forth, Scotland, is the largest single rock colony of the northern gannets in the world, amounting to more than 120,000 occupied nests|
|One of the few remaining hearts, this one in Oare, Witshire. The berry-like fruit of the hawthorn is prized for its aromatic sweet flavor when made into jellies, jams, and syrups|
|The Sultan the Pit Pony sculpture in Caerphilly, South Wales, is more than 200m long and built from coal shale|
|A field undergoing linseed cultivation in Buckinghamshire. The intense blue color of a field of flax in flower is not so commonly found in Britain today|
|A salmon farm in the Shetland Isles, Scotland. Salmon farming is a large part of the Scottish economy, supporting many remote and rural communities with jobs|
|The Norfolk Broads are Britain's largest wetland habitat with 12 large and 24 smaller lakes and 125 miles of navigable rivers and dykes|
The free exhibition which is sponsored by the Royal Geographical Society, Institue of British Geographers, and Wecommunic8, will be in Bath city centre and along with the pictures, will also feature a giant walk-on Ordnance Survey map measuring 16m by 8m for people to pinpoint the image locations and cover the length and breadth of the country - in virtual terms.
If you're on a trip to (or are in) Britain, head out to Bath and bath in the beauty of God's creation.