British Wildlife 30.1 October 2018

Scribbling in the margins

"In the 1970s, academic geographers began to look into what lay behind the persistence and popularity of this style of landscape. When they asked people which landscapes they found most attractive, which they felt most at home in, the overriding verdict was an open mix of big trees set in grassland, with a view over water."

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