Category Archives: Anglian

A geomorphological assessment of Constable’s landscapes

John Constable is recognised as one of the great English Romantic landscape painters and many of his paintings are of rivers. In a slightly tongue-in-cheek post I want to explore the geomorphology of some of his chosen subjects to demonstrate … Continue reading

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The only way (for nature) is Essex

The only way for nature is Essex…perhaps! Continue reading

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The fluvial geomorphology of East Anglia: a history lesson

East Anglia has some of the most interesting geomorphology in the whole of the UK. Trev Bond explains why. Continue reading

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