A 3D rendering of the geology of Kelston Roundhill towards Bristol, showing the Avon on the left and Lansdown escarpment (yellow, right).
The British Geological Survey has a superb new “Geology of Britain” service offering 3D visualisation of the geology of the UK. The index is here -just type in a location and use the maps. It’s still a trial so they respond to feedback.
From directly above showing Kelston (centre) and Bath to Solsbury Hill (bottom right).
Kelston winter hurt
Colour in dirt.
Fence wire tight
Words and photo by Jon Hamp.
We’re no theatre critics but this was a great and memorable evening: beautifully constructed, really funny, and forcing us to think differently with different language, ideas and examples.
Thank you for the writing and the performance Daisy Campbell, also for keeping alive the memory of her ever present (and indeed nearly-exhumed) Dad Ken, who will never be forgotten by his Bath fringe and many other devoted fans.
Daisy Campbell performs her one-woman show Pigspurt’s Daughter at the Old Barn.
We need more storage space by the barn. We could use a recycled container, we could do a shed. But the right material is local stone cleared off the land.
A kind neighbour has offered to help us out with some; here Les checks it out (in front of some spectacular mistletoe).
Let’s hope this works out; it’s full of ammonites.