Sully Island - correlated studies
Here we see Sully Island, viewed from the
mainland at an observer's height of three metres, photographed in
March 2001. The fort was constructed on the easterly (left-hand)
hillock. The central part of the islet is occupied by a swampy
area with brackish water and reed-beds, and on the westerly
extremity is a raised plateau of rabbit-grazed Festuca
lawns. Immediately below are correlated images that have been
horizontally transposed to match the observer's orientation -
since the island is to the south of the coast, east is to the
left, and the aerial view from 1980 (like the topographical plant
map below from 1958) are here oriented in this same way. This
aids comparison of these disparate views.
Farlex Free Dictionary on Brian J Ford writing at Sully Island.
References to Brian J Ford at Sully on ask.com.