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Britglyph is a public art project across Great Britain that you create, just by taking part.

How? You travel to a location and take a photo or video, and then send it to us using ShoZu, email, or MMS. Full details on how to get involved are on the map link above.

Together, we will create the world's largest ever Geoglyph, Click here to launch the map and get started, or Click here for more background information on the project.

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Birmingham Britglyph

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Chris Unitt

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Posted by weightwisecoach04

5th Dec 2008, 14:36   comments (0)

Birmingham britglyph

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@daylightgambler and @alexsjsouth on our second marker of the day. Met up with @chrisunitt a friend of Alex who saw what we are up to on twitter and lives around the corner! Left the stones on the roadside as the marker is in a back garden!
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Posted by weightwisecoach04

5th Dec 2008, 12:06   comments (6)

@daylightgambler and @alexsjsouth near Atherstone

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First britglyph point of the day is just outside Atherstone in Dobbies garden centre. @daylightgambler used to live here so there is nice symmetry that the marker left is from his current house!
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Posted by weightwisecoach04

5th Dec 2008, 10:37   comments (1)

Next to Harrison's plaque...

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map=51.519,-0.11894

Posted by weightwisecoach04

5th Dec 2008, 08:28   comments (2)

Getting wet for the greater cause! Britglyphing up norf!

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map=57.1482,-2.18079

Posted by goode

5th Dec 2008, 00:58   | tags:,,,comments (5)

Near Erith.

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Me and my fashionable stone.

The stone on Sussex Road.

Posted by Judo-Jule

Close to a lock up

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Our little britglyph adventure took us to the outskirts of one of her majesty's long established guest houses.

Posted by 540air

Heading to the Bullwood Hall britglyph marker

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Turns out it is :
a) private road     and
b) a womens prison..................................
540 is shortly posting the Bullwood Glyph

Posted by WhoseShoes