Friday, 16 June 2017

How green was my valley?

In a slight departure from the usual applications of the TLS, I took the ZEB-REVO to Wales and scanned some places local to our house in Stackpole. The scan below is from the Stackpole Estate, a National Trust property with an interesting history going back several hundred years, and to the Thane of Cawdor no less!
Bosherston Lily Ponds from Stackpole Court.
Along with the iconic Bosherston Lily Ponds, the Estate has some beautiful woodlands and unusual trees, planted by the landowner in the 18th and 19th C. The Estate is a beautiful place to visit, in a breathtaking landscape. The scan below is of the front of the Stackpole Court itself, including two large, old oak trees. The old bell tower in the centre can be seen - these days a habitat for some rare Greater Horseshoe bats. There may be opportunities for scanning more the NT woodland here as part of a new citizen science project - watch this space.

Stackpole Court, scanned using the ZEB-REVO, coloured by height.

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