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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.

Britglyph is powered by Shozu, helping you enjoy the view.

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outside Harwood Lodge, Broad Layings
crouchingbadger strikes again in fading light

Posted by weightwisecoach04

5th Jan 2009, 16:46   comments (1)


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just a bit south on a public footpath, i brought a stone from Portrush in Northern Ireland to its new home

Posted by weightwisecoach04

5th Jan 2009, 15:33   comments (0)

A hardy half hour in Harrow2

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Map=51.5617, -0.376668 - Yes I know it looks like a potato!

Posted by Chris Nash

4th Jan 2009, 14:29   comments (1)

A hardy half hour in Harrow

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Map=51.5617, -0.376668 I finally found the spot - actually it was just behind this persons wall but I didn't feel like trespassing and there didn't seem to be anyone in to ask. I carried this stone all the way from my back garden!

Posted by Chris Nash

4th Jan 2009, 14:28   comments (0)


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I know these posts are a bit out of order but thought I'd put this one
up too. This is us heading out to 'do' bridge of Allan. Found I can
type in the long. and lat. into google maps on my phone which is cool!
Borrowed a sat nav as well which made things a bit easier. Found the
stone on Aberythswyth beach and thought it was destined for the Perth
marker. But on returning home from Wales found that had already been
done by Elaine and Bruce! So decided to do this one instead. I
certainly have enjoyed the ritual of finding a stone and then heading
out to a location that I probably would never go to but also being a
part of a larger project.

Posted by javaboy

4th Jan 2009, 14:22   comments (0)

Bridge of Allan

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Another one done!

Posted by javaboy

4th Jan 2009, 12:14   comments (2)

Wintery in Fintry

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The phantom britglypher has frozen his face off near Dun"bloody hell it's
cold here"dee.
Brass monkeys wailing at "map=56.4977, -2.95052"

Brrrrrrrrrrrrrruce and Elaine aka Deleriad and

Posted by weightwisecoach04

3rd Jan 2009, 21:40   comments (1)

Chalgrove stones

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At this location there already was a stone. Too much of a coincidence, it must of been left by anonymously by another Britglypher as it had fossil shells embedded in it.

Posted by julianlstar