"EARTH FROM THE AIR" PHOTO EXHIBITION- BLINDS ARE WELCOME
The exhibition has taken 10 years of research and fieldwork to produce, in which time Yann Arthus-Bertrand, the acclaimed aerial photographer 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. The exhibition is on display at London's Natural History Museum since November 2002 but recently Bertrand has added 30 tactile images in the exhibition.
"Over 40 million people have seen this exhibition so far worldwide, and now this new technique opens up not only the photographs but also the message they bring to a whole new audience(i.e. the blinds)," Bertrand says.
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