I was messing about with Google earth recently and noted an update to some of their aerial photographs which seems to date from the summer 2017 'drought'.
It reminded me of a Guardian article I read a while back talking about the role of drought/soil moisture in identifying evidence of ancient settlements.
I've had a (quick and insanely uneducated) look through an example from the Kilmuckridge/Blackwater area of Wexford without much joy. One strange circular pattern is attached, but it's very much guesswork.
Are the aerials likely to throw up anything new? Can anyone else see much?