What is below is copy of a thought-provoking assessment of Keyline by a wise and knowledgeable and practical and extremely well respected academic.
It’s a little book written by a man, originally a Scotsman, who my father – P. A Yeomans – always said – “should have been Knighted for the incredible work he did for Australia, both as a geography and as an agriculturist.”
Listening to these two friends talking together, as I often did, was always an inspiration to me.
It is so true, “standing on the shoulders of giants” does give one both a wonderful view and a vision of what life and reality should really be all about.
THE GEOGRAPHICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL BASIS OF KEYLINE
by the late Prof J. MacDonald-Holmes, Dean of the Faculty Geography, University of Sydney.