The winter edition of the Landscape Journal will look at the ways in which the ground impacts how we navigate a landscape
The theme for the winter edition of the Landscape Journal will be: The Ground We Stand On.
Soil, rock, compost, cobbles, setts, fertiliser – the archaeology at our feet defines our relationship with landscape. What we stand, walk, cycle or run on has a huge impact on how we navigate place. And how we cope with the terrain at different stages in our lives and with differing abilities says a lot about how landscape is designed and managed.
We want to know: what’s your favourite cobble or sett?
Send us an image and tell us (in up to eighty words) why it is resonates with you. Pictures can be from the UK or around the world. The more beautiful, the better.
Send your picture and story to commissioning editor, Paul Lincoln, by Wednesday 20th November 2019.