Category Archives: Aerial Views
A cut edge or a bounding box around a relief map creates cross-sectional profiles through the topography. The edges give additional reference points in visualising the lie of the land and for comparing relative distance, elevation and gradient. Sources and … Continue reading
Images suspended on layers of glass or transparent plastic sheet to represent three-dimensional objects or landscapes. Sources and further information http://www.terrainmodels.com/glass.html http://www.davidspriggs.com http://www.nomart.co.jp/nakanishi/index.html
Before After The beginning of the world A world in a world The edge of the world
When a photograph becomes a map, when a map becomes a model. Sources: annotated photograph, aerial map, artist map, model landscape.
I am researching examples of how geographical areas of interest or exclusion are illustrated in fiction by a drawn line on a map. In John Wyndham’s science fiction novel, The Midwich Cuckoos, 1957, (later filmed as The Village of the … Continue reading
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