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Aerial Britain - The West Highland Way The West Highland Way. Great Walks From The Air. A personal helicopter tour over the Scottish highlands and coastline, the most dramatic landscapes in the British Isles. Easy access to the magnificent beauty of Scotland. This DVD transports us over the highest mountain ranges, vast expanses of bleak moorland and over the haunting beauty of this ancient land's lochs and coastline.

The 95 mile route begins on the outskirts of Glasgow, Scotland's largest city and takes us "along the shores of its largest loch and across the grandest moor. It follows troop paths from the 18th Century, disused railway lines from the 20th, highland cattle roads, coach roads and farm roads. It takes in the beautiful and the bleak, strenuous hikes and relaxed rambles. It traverses lowland and highland, extremes in geology, flora and fauna. It is, in short, what the romantic's dream of Bonnie Scotland is all about."

Featuring: Glasgow, Duntreath Castle, Buchanan Castle, Wallace Monument, Conic Hill, Loch Lomond, Glen Falloch, Crianlarich, Loch Tullock, Rannoch Moor, Black Mount, Glen Coe, the Devil's Staircase, Kinlochleven, Glen Nevis, Ben Nevis and Fort William.

Scotland From The AirScotland from the Air The Scots are not alone in thinking Scotland the most beautiful part of the British Isles, from the cosy, domesticated Lowlands to the rugged Highlands and Islands, from its vibrant and cosmopolitan cities to its great castles and stately homes. Jason Hawkes' breathtaking photographs capture from a unique angle the huge variety Scotland has to offer, with dramatic views of landscape, moorland, forests and lakes, as well as the glories of Edinburgh and Glasgow, and historic sites like Traquair House, the standing stones of Callanish, and Cawdor Castle.

Coastline UKCoastline UK: Amazing Views from the AirApparently anonymous mudflats, dunes and scrubland become the source of strange, exotic hues and patterns when viewed directly from above. Small harbours yield complex herringbone arrangements of elegantly narrow boats. Even container ports can become semi-abstract assemblages of multi-coloured units. And familiar landmarks take on a wholly new and fascinating aura. Internationally renowned aerial photographer, Richard Cooke, has created an extraordinary sequence of images that celebrate the diversity and beauty of the UK shores. To achieve the mesmerizing effects of colour and form, Richard chose, as far as possible, to photograph directly above the subject-areas, thus creating marvellously composed photographic compositions. Themselves works of extraordinary beauty, the images in this book are divided according to coast, south, west, east, Scottish and Northern Irish. Together, they form a truly unique and totally unexpected picture of British shores, which reveal themselves to be the equal in variety and drama to any in the world.

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