Maps - Redwoodtwig

Brandon Smith (Redwoodtwig)

This section contains the maps which I work with when planninghave annotated with area names and other planning and design 


The areas are drawn to reflect places which have a kind of unity on the ground when walking around. The observation points mapped are chose to provide a minimal number of spots from which to take panoramic photos as a formal inventory.

I ended up with 30 areas and 64 observation points.  My original plan was to do a 360 degree panoramic photo report from each of the 64 points for each season.  I completed one complete round of the 64 OP, but between the size of the files and the amount of work to get each one, I have decided to be less comprehensive and more selective in what I record.

The area names and OP numbers do come in handy for key-wording images to indicate where they were taken. 

Maps

  • Area Names

    The property divided into areas defined by topographical, plant community and usage factors. Areas are not precise,

  • Observation points

    Reasonably accurate locations of the observation points. Without a winter aerial photo to work with, however, the locations in the forested areas are less accurate.

  • Paths

    Some of these are well worn, some are not.