Fixing monitoring prisms to a church gable for a long term study in Millom.
Land survey with timid but inquisitive helpers. On a farm in Stapleton.
Land survey, Sedbergh road, Killington. A fair hike that day.
Just to add to my wildlife montage, a Red Squirrel from Ravenstonedale.
Not exactly the Forth Bridge, but it still needs measuring for repair work, somewhere in the Yorkshire Dales.
I am not sure if I’d chance driving over this old stone arch built to access a disused quarry in Broughton.
Measuring a control point, Dunnerdale-with-Seathwaite
Measuring structural deformation of a ceiling. The digital level achieves slightly better accuracy than an optical level but reduces the chances of booking errors significantly.
Trial use of a Ricoh Theta Z1 to colourise scans using the Dual fisheye plugin. A 90deg USB-C cable is needed to connect a power bank, as the internal battery doesn’t last long. In this environment I shot 7 HDR brackets which turned out well in the darkest of corners. …
GNSS receiver on top of a 360 prism. When out of sight line of the total station, i.e. behind a lodge, the measurement is taken with the GNSS R10. This survey method does save significant time in these circumstances.