Photographs. Affleck. Lenzie Moss. 2018 various dates.

Samples collected – mud, muddy water, leaves and ground cover, loose sticks, hare’s tail cotton grass (eriophorum vaginatum) apparently known in Scotland as draw-ling or drawmoss (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eriophorum_vaginatum#cite_note-5)

Photos showing traces in the landscape of prior use for the cutting of peat

Photos below show the peat has been cut in long narrow rows, which changed the shape of the peat bog. Peat cutting was once a large part of rural communities’ heritage.

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