Gloucestershire and West Lothian Aerial Archaeology
John Wells DPhil (Oxon) CBiol FRSB FSRP
Armadale (Scotland) &
Retired research radiation physicist and biologist
short outline with examples, old and new, and a footnote on
ultraviolet aerial photography.
John and the late Rosie Wells are the yellow dots (Cairnpapple 2011)
Family outing in a
helicopter over our village, Bussage, Gloucestershire, in
Archeoscan Excavation of a
Roman building at Nesley Farm, Gloucestershire, in 2011.
John is on the right and
Rosie is out of shot flying the kite.
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Stratford Court Playing Fields following a light shower of rain earlier in the day, Stroud, Gloucestershire, in April 2016.
West Lothian Aerial Archaeology
to Right - Rosie, Cade and John Wells, Jim Knowles and
Heidi (Wells) Walker on Cairnpapple in 2012.
Gloucestershire Aerial Archaeology
Heidi preparing for another way to take aerial photos in North Cerny, Gloucestershire.
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A Simple Aerial Photography Kit
GoPro type set-up and variant for a phone, with or without a Flir One thermal imager which must be secured, eg with PVC tape. The larger stick has lockable sections.
Heidi, John and Cade.