Tapestry maps

I love this picture. I like the subtle vegetable colours, and the little towns and villages.

I also love that it is a tapestry.

Yes, someone has woven it.

And this map of Oxfordshire isn’t the only one, either. Read more about it here.

I particularly like the part where they say “the library managed to acquire the biggest surviving chunk of Gloucestershire…”

Chunk. That is obviously a technical term.

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