February 21, 2004
Earth From The Air at the Natural History Museum

There's a stunning and wonderfully-lit outdoor exhibition of photographs called Earth From The Air on at the Natural History Museum. It's on until 'Spring 2004', whenever that may be.

Whatever, go.

At night.

Nearest tube is South Ken then follow the signs.

Earth from the Air - A Photographic Portrait of Our Planet

A free open-air exhibition in the Museum's gardens

Earth from the Air - A Photographic Portrait of Our Planet, by celebrated French aerial photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand, is back on show in the Museum's gardens. This astonishing photographic project is a visual record of the state of our planet today.

The exhibition has taken 10 years of research and fieldwork to produce, in which time Arthus-Bertrand has taken over 100,000 shots and clocked up more than 3,000 flying hours, travelling across 100 countries. The images, all aerial photographs, capture the characteristics and patterns of the natural world which can only be seen from a bird's-eye view.

Hosted by The Natural History Museum over the summer, Earth from the Air was a huge success and is now back due to popular demand.

With great consideration to Arthus-Bertrand's vision for the exhibition, the stunning photographs will be presented making use of the natural light and open space of The Natural History Museum's east garden.

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