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Eclipse from the Klump, by Matt Prosser

Two views of the 20 March solar eclipse from the Roundhill by Matt Prosser: Matt writes: I had a great time photographing the solar eclipse. The foggy cloud lifted just in time to reveal the eclipse through a natural filter … Continue reading

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Bath from the top, by Scott Salter

Via Twitter from @ScottRSalter HT @ekaterinalondon 

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Here comes the solar eclipse – heads up from Matt Prosser

Matt Prosser has been consulting his Photographer’s Ephemeris again. Plus he has a new blog – check it out. He writes: Photos of the Moon over Kelston Roundhill are so last year, don’t you think? This year how about a … Continue reading

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NT asks: what’s unique about the Bath Skyline?

Not everyone loves the National Trust. Critics use words like formulaic or municipal. At their angriest they call it Nazional. But it has saved and preserved a colossal amount of national heritage, learned a huge amount about how to look … Continue reading

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Visualisation of species interaction on a Somerset Farm

This is pretty cool: a team including Michael Pocock from CES in Oxfordshire has mapped and visualised species interactions, based on data from Norwood Farm in Somerset. See the publication in Science   Species’ interaction networks at Norwood Farm, Somerset, … Continue reading

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Bath Blue confirmed as “best cheese in the world”…nourished by Kelston Roundhill

The Bath Soft Cheese company just had its Bath Blue named best cheese in the world – supreme champion – at the 2014 World Cheese Awards – story here. It’s an astonishing achievement, judged by an international panel against 2600 … Continue reading

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Kelston as Minecraft, by Leigh Dodds

This is insane. You can now fly from Bath to Kelston in the visual idiom of the online building game that every child and gamer is currently obsessed with. Leigh Dodds has created in Minecraft this visualisation based on Ordnance … Continue reading

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