Norfolk's Seventh Sense? Salthouse enclosure. (© T. Ashwin.)
Norfolk's Seventh Sense?
'The living skin of the land is our seventh sense, a vast repository of memory of what, as a species, we have felt and done and dreamed.'
Richard Mabey, Fencing Paradise: reflections on the myths of Eden (2005)
Using photographic imagery, an archaeologist documents his attempts at deepening his acquaintance with his ‘home territory’: North Norfolk and the Norwich area. After many years of study, how well does he really know it?
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TG 071 416: Salthouse, Neolithic causewayed enclosure, NHER 36398
Things still happen here today.
Digital image, 4724px x 3428px
Aerial photograph TG0741/ADB/JFQ10 by Derek A. Edwards, 28 June 1996, used by kind permission of Norfolk Landscape Archaeology
Artist: Trevor Ashwin
Other works in the series are based on a barrow ditch at Caister St Edmund, the site of a barrow at Guestwick, St Gile's multi-storey car park in Norwich, a World War Two radar tower at Salthouse and the churchyard at Wood Dalling.