A cross section of the campus I work at from a lidar point cloud.
Flown by the Environment Agency using a lidar scanner, each dot represents where a laser pulse hit an object. This gives a height for each point, allowing us to measure the height of buildings, trees etc without ever visiting the site.
The point cloud has also been classified, with ground being classed as orange, buildings as red, low vegetation as bright green and trees as light green. In this cross section you can see buildings tucked beneath the hill with woodland on inside and a single 30m radiate pine onto of the other hill.
In my element.. I studied ceramics at college and university. It’s something I actually miss even though I work at an international ceramic tableware company.
The freeness and option to explore shapes, ceramic bodies, colours, engobes, glazes and many other ceramic variations via domestic ceramics is something else 🤓🍽🏺
Uno spazio erboso intorno all'acqua. Un contesto unico, intimo, quasi riservato. In 4 giorni oltre 30 km di camminate tra sali scendi diseguali, laghi alpini in cui rispecchiarsi e paesaggi rocciosi. Custodiamolo!
Now Discovering Medicine Lake in Alberta, Canada, with @mitchell5499.
“As beautiful and photogenic as the Canadian Rockies are you still have to work hard for your images of Medicine Lake, located within Jasper National Park. In this photo I lined up the shot but felt it needed a person/subject to give the image some more interest. But in order to get to that rock I had to swim out there in my shorts, in the freezing cold glacier lake, and hold the orange rain jacket above my head to not get it wet. After finally reaching the rock my friend who was on this trip with me clicked the shutter, capturing this epic scene with me as the model. It always feels amazing after you put that much time and effort into an image. If you plan on going to this beautiful lake anytime soon, I’d suggest bringing a bathing suit and a towel in case you do something as crazy as I did.” #thediscoverer#nowdiscovering