What creates a track?
Concept Illustrated: Movement of canine claw tip
The idea: As a track is created, all the parts of the foot are involved and making their own contribution to the final details. One limitation to reading the story is the tracker’s preconception of the movements of each part. So, how do the parts move? Does even the hair get involved?
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The Other Concepts:
Page: How To Find and See Tracks … Ways to reveal hard to see tracks and details
Predicting where the next track will be…
Dust Compressions (Dull on Shiny by Canine Toe Pad)
Controlling Lighting to Increase Visibility of Tracks
Track on ‘Bare’ Rock (Red Fox Front Foot)
Using Stone Rolls to Find Tracks
The Tracking Stick
Page: Track Features … The story is revealed by the details
Pressure Against the Track Wall (Canine Toe Pad)
The Wave, Simple?
The Ridge Between Canine Front Toes
The Layer of Sand in Contact With The Foot