Searching for Shadows & Ghosts in the Landscape

The Lost Landscapes of Domesday – Searching for Shadows & Ghosts in the Landscape

FOBS Shadow Woods as Lost Domesday Landscapes FINAL

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The Hidden Signs That Mark Britain’s Ghost Forests – From Atlas Obscura

http://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/the-hidden-signs-that-mark-britains-ghost-forests

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2 Responses to Searching for Shadows & Ghosts in the Landscape

  1. Brian Boothby says:

    Very interesting blog, thanks. I’m looking for a photogenic piece of ‘Common land’ within striking distance of Wirksworth, do you have any recommendations?

    • Hi Brian,

      I think it depends on exactly what you are looking for. There are interesting sites along the High Peak Trail but also around Bonsall Moor for example. I think the most photogenic site for plants is around Owler Bar / Big Moor – and we will be visiting there on one of our upcoming conference field visits (Wood Meadows & Pastures). The bluebells there are stunning – and include the ones in my article. We may be doing a free Shadow Woods event there as well – so worth watching out on our website http://www.ukeconet.org . Cheers. Ian

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