While the hard work has been going on at Wooston hillfort of the past few months, a photographic record is being kept of the transformation from a tangle of dense Douglas fir to wide open conservation area. Paul Moody has been out and about with his camera to capture the horses at work and the panoramic views. Tom Williams has been flying his drone mounted camera over the site to see a raven’s eye view of the earthworks emerging after many years.
To record the work of the volunteers and contractors on site, a new type of gadget has been experimented with and, after a bit of practice, the results of the time-lapse camera have been successful. Here’s a flavor of the Timelapse Team in action ….
by Matt Parkins