Exhibition Capturing Scotland Aerial photographs are both highly informative and visually appealing, recording and revealing places and patterns of life from new perspectives. Exhibition Revealed from the air Our photographers capture images which inform our work in the present and serve as a record for the future. Exhibition Our changing cities On the ground, we observe and record our built heritage but from the air, we understand and record the bigger picture. Event Q&A on Aerial Archaeology Join us for a livestream event on Thursday 21 May to hear how this different perspective on the past is an invaluable tool in helping archaeologists like Dave Cowley to interpret and tell Scotland’s story. Blog A Bird's Eye View Aerial Photographer Robert Adam reveals stunning images from his 25 years of capturing bird’s eye views over Scotland. Shop Scotland from the Sky Paperback This lavishly illustrated book by author James Crawford draws on the vast collection of aerial photography held in our archives. Shop Above Scotland Paperback From the 1920s to the present day, view photographs that have never been seen before by the public in Above Scotland. Shop Scotland's Landscapes Paperback Discover the enduring story of Scotland's landscapes over centuries of interaction between people and the environment. Resource Britain From Above Help us to identify locations in historic aerial images of Britain taken from 1919 to 1953. Resource National Collection of Aerial Photography Explore one of the largest collections of historical aerial photographs in the world, featuring events and places around the world, from the Dambusters and D-Day to the Cold War.