This display showcases a striking array of landscape photographs that were taken between the 1840s and the present day.

Photographs of the world’s greatest locations – including the Niagra Falls, the Egyptian pyramids, the Isle of Skye and the glaciers of Iceland – have been brought together to explore the processes photographers have used to capture a diverse array of landscapes on camera.

Drawn entirely from the permanent collection of photographs at the National Galleries of Scotland, the exhibition spans from early daguerreotypes to contemporary digital prints.

Scottish National Portrait Gallery

1 Queen Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1JD

0131 624 6200

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Daily, 10am – 5pm. (6pm during August). Open from noon on 1 Jan. Closed 25 – 26 Dec.

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