The Branscombe Project
Fixed Point Photography
Branscombe Parish Council has an extensive photographic archive which is administered by the Branscombe Project. The archive contains many images of village landscape, land-
In 2013 the Branscombe Project was involved in a HEAPs project created by English Heritage and the AONB. One aim was to add to the archival images by creating a Fixed Point Photography Project that recorded changes in the landscape over time.
What is Fixed Point Photography?
Fixed Point Photography is the process where images are taken at a regular interval (once per quarter) from a fixed point in the landscape. By taking the same images at regular intervals, they can then be compared and changes in land use and development recorded.
Chris Bass has continued to add to the fixed point photography by taking images 4 times a year at each fixed point since 2014 and he will be continuing this work in future.
Locations of the Fixed Points
(Click on each to view the photography, arranged in date order with the newest images first)
An effective way of viewing the fixed point images is as a slideshow. Open a fixed point album from the above list.
Then to run a slideshow click the icon above the heading and photos at the top right of the screen. To end
the slideshow at any time click ‘esc’.
|Local History Articles|
|Berry Barton Map 1763|
|Branscombe Trade Directories|
|Family & Local History|
|Fixed Point Photography|
|Law's 1793 Map of Branscombe|
|Manor of Branscombe 1810 Map|
|Methodist Baptism Register|
|St Winifred's Churchyard|
|William Dean Dowell|
|William Ford's Diary|
|Old Branscombe Families|
|Newspaper Family Announcements 1939-1945|
|Talks Page 1|
|Talks Page 2|
|Talks Page 3|
|Talks Page 4|