Scotland from the Sky: Part 2

Discover Scotland's stunning landscapes from a breath-taking new perspective as Scotland from the Sky, Part 2 returns to Aberdour Castle.

Scotland from the Sky: Part 2

About Scotland from the Sky: Part 2

Scotland from the Sky part 2 shares some of the amazing aerial photography that inspired series two of Jamie Crawford's BBC Scotland series exploring Scotland from above. Discover Scotland's stunning landscapes from a breath-taking new perspective.

Image Credit: Historic Environment Scotland

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