Sunday, July 8, 2018

"The unprecedented spell of hot, dry weather across Wales has provided perfect conditions for archaeological aerial photography"

CBHC:

As the drought has persisted across Wales, scores of long-buried archaeological sites have been revealed once again as ‘cropmarks’, or patterns of growth in ripening crops and parched grasslands.

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Toby will be surveying right across north and south Wales in a light aircraft to permanently record these discoveries for the National Monuments Record of Wales, before thunderstorms and rain wash away the markings until the next dry summer.