Re: Re: When did the British landscape acquire its modern look, take II

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One difference between the American and British views of the sanctity of nature may be that in Britain we've had longer to spread and much less space to spread into – there's still plenty of space in America left for wilderness.I imagine that even in the highlands of Scotland you will have some signs of human habitation, even if it's just the occasional fence designed to stop the sparse herds straying too far.  Certainly that seems to be the case in the Brecons and on Dartmoor.The lack of massive forests compounds the sense of never being too far away from civilization - visibility is much further.I believe there may be a secret policy by the mobile phone companies to preserve the surviving wilderness though.  Given my average phone signal...

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