PHOTOGRAPH

  • Take a photograph of the landscape you are assessing.

LANDCOVER and LANDSCAPE ELEMENTS (NOTE THE DOMINANT ELEMENTS ONLY)

  • Which of the following are the dominant features in the landscape (TO SEE ALL FEATURES PRESS THE BOX WITH ... TO THE RIGHT

    Farm Buildings Walls Plantation Reservoirs Motorways
    Churches Fences Isolated Trees Ponds Railways
    Masts, Poles Hedges Tree Clumps Canals Settlements
    Pylons Banks Hedgerow Trees Built-up Area Pasture
    Industry Shelter belt Parkland Minerals Workings. Dunes
    Vernacular Buildings Field Patterns Waterfalls Orchards
    Arable Land Scrubland Rivers Footpaths
    Marshland Beach Streams Tracks
    Ruined Buildings Mudflats Lakes Roads

    Select by pressing the round button in the list below.

  • Farm Buildings

  • Churches

  • Masts, poles

  • Pylons

  • Industry

  • Vernacular buildings

  • Arable land

  • Marsh land

  • Ruined buildings

  • Walls

  • Fences

  • Hedges

  • Banks

  • Field patterns

  • Scrub

  • Beach

  • Mudflat

  • Isolated trees

  • Plantation

  • Tree clumps

  • Hedgerow trees

  • Parkland

  • Waterfall

  • River

  • Stream

  • Lake

  • Reservoir

  • Pond

  • Canal

  • Built-up Area

  • Minerals Workings

  • Orchards

  • Footpaths

  • Tracks

  • Roads

  • Motorways

  • Railways

  • Settlements

  • Pasture

  • Dunes

LANDFORM (CHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY)

  • Describe the landform (TO SEE ALL FEATURES PRESS THE BOX WITH ... TO THE RIGHT

    Flat Plain Coast Undulating
    Rolling Land Estuary Rolling Plateau
    Broad Valley Steep Hills Narrow Valley
    Vertical Scarp Deep Gorge Cliff

    Select by pressing the round button in the list below.

LANDFORM

  • Flat

  • Rolling Land

  • Broad Valley

  • Vertical

  • Plain

  • Estuary

  • Steep

  • Scarp

  • Coast

  • Rolling

  • Hills

  • Deep Gorge

  • Undulating

  • Plateau

  • Narrow Valley

  • Cliff

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

  • Describe the main elements and features and the way in which they are organised. Also note any special aesthetic factors - attractive and unattractive

AESTHETIC FACTORS

  • BALANCE

  • SCALE

  • ENCLOSURE

  • TEXTURE

  • COLOUR

  • DIVERSITY

  • MOVEMENT

  • UNITY

  • FORM

  • SECURITY

  • STIMULUS

  • PLEASURE

LANDSCAPE CONDITION

  • In your own words describe the landscape condition.

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