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Dan Bell
Can I pique your curiosity? I've been using maps to create some fun and creative Tolkien styled route cards (or linear maps). They show a variety of information, and are hoped to encourage people to learn a bit about the walks they go on. Which do you prefer?
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Anthony Caravaggi Aug 10
The second. Not only do the illustrations give a rough idea of the nature of the summit, but they also make the route more visually appealing. IMO, of course.
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Ordnance Survey Aug 10
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Both are good but we quite like the second one. The straight line in the first image seems too rigid for the nature of the productπŸ™‚
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Dan Bell Aug 10
Lovely, thank you for your feedback! :)
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Dan Bell Aug 10
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Thank you! Agreed! :)
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Ordnance Survey Aug 10
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No problem Dan, thanks for sharing with usπŸ˜€
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Will Rolls Aug 10
I prefer 2nd one, if it helps
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Dan Bell Aug 10
Anytime! 😊
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Dan Bell Aug 10
Thanks, Will! I think I can see where this is going :)
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Paul Eggleton Aug 10
Two, too
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Dan Bell Aug 10
Thanks, Paul! πŸ™‚ (P.S. I've nearly finished reformatting the paper)
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Paul Eggleton Aug 10
I love your maps!
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Martin Stanton Aug 10
No 2 is splendid
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Dan Bell Aug 10
Thank you! Do let me know if you'd like any copies, I'd be happy to send you some!
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Dan Bell Aug 10
Thanks Martin!
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Jo S Aug 10
The second one. Seems more informative.
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Dan Bell Aug 10
Thanks, Jo! It's a landslide victory for image 2.
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Lakes Stiles Aug 10
The one on the right for me. Disappointed about the lack of stiles, but hey. Tolkien probably had hobbit gates.
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Dan Bell Aug 10
Thanking you! I like the idea of this πŸ˜‚
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Denis Payne Aug 10
Second one, absolutely. Not quite sure how this is going to work in Cambridgeshire - we barely have hills...
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