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Urban Transect video across Bristol

August 2, 2011

Many thanks to Kevin (aka Dobbs100) who has shared this Urban Earth style transect across Bristol. It’s always fantastic to see videos like these that others have made. An interesting take on Bristol…

“As part of a University of Bristol PGCE Geography workshop I created this photo-video by walking from the rural outskirts of Bristol to the centre, taking a photo roughly every 15-20 steps.

It was carried out on Sunday 8th May 2011, between 5.30am – 10am which is why it’s incredibly quiet.

Approximate route: Lawrence Weston – Henbury – Southmead – Henleaze – Clifton Downs – Whiteladies Road – Clifton Triangle – Park Street – City Centre – Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station.

The idea came from the Urban Earth project:https://thegeographycollective.wordpress.com/urban-earth/ and the Geographical Association.”

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