John F. Eldredge
john at jfeldredge.com
Sat Aug 28 13:38:52 BST 2010
In other words, you are saving that the ground shows many paths, made by both humans and cows. If the only place where the ground was trodden down enough to be bare or sparse were along the footpath, you would have the situation that M∡rtin described.
Subject :Re: [Tagging] sidewalks
From :mailto:lists at mail.atownsend.org.uk
Date :Sat Aug 28 05:47:12 America/Chicago 2010
On 28/08/2010 10:51, M∡rtin Koppenhoefer wrote:
> You can actually see informal footways/paths quite well in aerial
> imagery. If they are there and you have good resolution images.
> Usually the grass is aside then, because grass doesn't grow where
> people (or animals) walk. It disappears even if it was there before.
Your eyesight must be better than mine - often where I walk paths are
marked by a footpath sign or just a stone squeezer stile at either side
of a field. Any marks left by walkers would get obliterated by cows
going back and forth twice a day.
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