Update Saturday 6th August 2005

When I flew for the crop circles a couple of weeks ago the light was perfect for documenting the landscape.
This is a pair of video frames of Tan Hill, where the ancient people from far and wide across England used to meet every August to trade livestock, party, and meet potential mates. This only stopped after thousands of years in 1932 (according to J.D. Wakefield’s “Legendary Landscapes).
The deep ditch on the right is the Wansdyke.  Archaeologists are not sure what it really is, but it may have demarked the border between English held land and that of the Vikings.
I’d love to just fly the whole of the Pewsey Vale in light like this and record the wonderful, living landscape!


Peter is having difficulty keeping up with his email. He does read them all and, is very grateful for all comments and criticism.

Peter Sorensen

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