Shadows and Stone

Despite what many of us were taught while learning the trades of the cultural resource management world, archaeological imaging does not have to be dull, drab, or black-and-white.

Ken Williams’ photography, as seen on ShadowsandStone.com, highlights some amazing stoneworks of prehistoric western Europe with an eye for emphasizing the beauty, alignments, and surroundings of these structures in brilliant colors and contrast.  He also highlights some photos of actual archaeological work in progress and this interest my cartographic side greatly.

They are performing a 360° scan, collecting about 500,000 data points per second.

Also, check out his blog here: http://blog.shadowsandstone.com/

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