Tag Archive: cartography

#365walk project

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Originally posted on Tracey M Benson || Bytetime:
Earlier this year I made an ambitious claim about walking for at least 30 minutes a day and recording images from my walks. The project is…

Contour Lines explained

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Contours can be thought of as like a stack of irregular pancakes, with each contour line representing the edge of the pancake. If the contour interval is 1 metre, each ‘pancake’ would be… Continue reading

Cartography Started it All

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New site focusing on travel

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Originally posted on Mediakult:
Last month we launched http://www.geokult-travel.com so we could concentrate on our travel writing and experiences. Our focus is on travel for families, art and culture lovers, romantics and adventurous…

Exploring the Croatian Coast

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Over the last week, we had the great pleasure of exploring the south coast of Croatia, on a seven day cruise, departing from Split. In short, we had a brilliant time and there… Continue reading

Finding more from Geokult

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If you are interested in finding out more about Geokult, you can: check out Tracey’s travel reviews on Tripadvisor check out the Geokult Facebook page, which features lots of articles about mapping and cartography.… Continue reading

Booroomba Rocks, Namadgi National Park

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Today we took advantage of the drier, cooler weather and headed down to the southern ACT for a walk, this time to Booroomba Rocks. This is a really enjoyable walk, a bit steep… Continue reading

Finding Balance : Mura Gadi

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Finding Balance: Mura Gadi is the title of a forthcoming exhibition at the Belconnen Art Centre in 2013. A series of walks in national parks in the Australian Capital Territory and southern New… Continue reading

SCANZ2013: Potentiality

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It has been nearly a week since we left New Plymouth and the hub of SCANZ2013. Many conversations, thoughts and moments are now echoing, in particular the notion of ‘Te kore” the space… Continue reading

SCANZ2013 Residency

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At the moment we are in New Zealand participating in the SCANZ2013 residency in the Taranaki region of New Zealand. I have been mainly posting blogs on the mediakult and remotexmedia site, but… Continue reading