Here’s an experiment! I’ve set-up my Pi to automatically take a picture every minute with the new Raspberry Pi Camera Module. The current image is taken out of my study window. Right in the centre (between the houses) is what we refer to as the Potton Pole, which is actually the Sandy Heath transmitter. Depending on the weather, it may or may not be visible. It came as somewhat of a shock to realise that it was right there opposite the house!
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