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Figure 1: Alistair Rawlinson from the Digital Design studio, Glasgow School of Art, laser-scanning the Lephinkill cairn, Stronafian Forest, Glendaruel. Image: ACCORD with the CGDT archaeology and history sub-group.

Figure 2a: Laser-scan image of the Lephinkill cairn, Stronafian Forest, Glendaruel. Image orientated looking East. Image: ACCORD with the CGDT Archaeology and History sub-group.

Figure 2b: Laser-scan image of the Lephinkill cairn, Stronafian Forest, Glendaruel. Image orientated looking East. Image: ACCORD with the CGDT Archaeology and History sub-group.

Figure 3: The community capturing the photogrammetry of the cup-marked stone.

Figure 4a: Photogrammetry data-capture of the Crawstane, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. Image: ACCORD with the Rhynie Woman group.

Figure 4b: Photogrammetry data-capture of the Crawstane, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. Image: ACCORD with the Rhynie Woman group.

Figure 4c: Photogrammetry data-capture of the Crawstane, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. Image: ACCORD with the Rhynie Woman group.

Figure 5: Keeping a-hold of those tarps! Preparing for Reflectance Transformation Imaging of the Crawstane, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. Image: ACCORD with the Rhynie Woman group.

Figure 6: Recording the WW1 memorial cairn at Colintraive with the CGDT Archaeology and History sub-group.

Figure 7: Recording Camus Nan Geall, Ardnamurchan, together with the Ardnamurchan Community Archaeology group.

Figure 8: Recording a sculpture of the Shakespearean character Falstaff, with benches in the way. Image: ACCORD with the How Old Are Yew group, Castlemilk, Glasgow.

Figure 9: Everyone huddled around the camera while data processing at the Crawstane, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, with the Rhynie Woman group.

Figure 10: Andrew of the How Old Are Yew group capturing data of the King of the Castle Sculpture, Kenny Hunter, 1999. Image: ACCORD with the How Old Are Yew group, Castlemilk, Glasgow.


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