6. Just seeing the landscape, for a moment, as it was intended to be gives me a ridiculous amount of pleasure 🤗! Here’s a bit more about the moat & its interpretation.
(The view of the moat in the 1st tweet is from the NW looking SE; the map is from https://t.co/4LIzEd2ZY4) https://t.co/W0ZKWaCm2S
THREAD. Well, here’s a #landscapehistory puzzle: it’s a small moated site in Great a Eversden, Cambs. The moat was originally filled from a stream that runs just beyond the boundary in the centre-R middle distance. The puzzle is its age and purpose.
Bodim Moor, Cornwall Walks. England.
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5. And this year, unusually, that ditch is *also* full of water.
2. where everyone could see it from the main road. It is the arrow Ed island on the map, and it lies between the house (9) and the village street. It was fed..
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🖼 George Dunlop Leslie, The Language Of Flowers, 1885
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