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Dr Anthony H. Cooper
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National Archive of Geological Photographs online

Dr Anthony H Cooper writes:The British Geological Survey National Archive of Geological Photographs “GeoScenic” is online, but may not be a resource that members have come across. It can be accessed…Continue

Started Feb 23, 2013

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Dr Anthony H. Cooper replied to Timothy Greyhavens's discussion Earliest wildlife photography?
"According to the very interesting book Early Wildlife Photographers by C A W Guggisberg,  On page 14 he notes: "One of the oldest surviving photographs of a 'wild' bird was found in the nineteen-thirties; it is of a stork…"
Jan 16
Dr Anthony H. Cooper replied to David McGreevy's discussion Anyone recognize this bridge? 1860's Oval albumen
"It looks like a packhorse bridge, most probably in the Lake District, but possibly in Scotland, some of them are of very slender construction - just one stone thick. I have had a quick look on Google images, but not matched it. Try searching…"
Jul 9, 2013
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National Archive of Geological Photographs online

Dr Anthony H Cooper writes:The British Geological Survey National Archive of Geological Photographs “GeoScenic” is online, but may not be a resource that members have come across. It can be accessed at:http://geoscenic.bgs.ac.uk/asset-bank/action/viewHomeThe collection includes over 50,000 photographs dating back to around 1850 with around 30,000 GeoScience images and 20,000 special collection images. They can be searched using…See More
Feb 24, 2013
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Mysterious structures 4

"Izzac, thank you solving the use of the structures and for enlightening us about German salt production methods, they are fascinating.   I have written about English salt production http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/6218/ with some…"
Feb 18, 2013
Dr Anthony H. Cooper replied to John Bradley's discussion Mysterious structures: what are they?
"Looking at the picture it is definitely a mining area as shown by the adits and spoil heaps on the hillside at the top left of the image. The valley floor in the distance below this and the hillside to the right behind the buildings also looks…"
Feb 7, 2013
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Jan 29, 2012

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