You may not know this, but our surveying community on Facebook has over 11,000 followers, many contributing their surveying photos with us from there. For example, take a look at this post from this morning.
Back in 2007 when we began Land Surveyors United network, we had no idea that one day we'd have the largest collection of Surveyor Submitted photos anywhere on the web. And when you think about it, the archive represents the most comprehensive visual catalog of surveying culture on the planet.
Many of our fallen surveyors have shared their lives with us over the years, continuing to provide insight into a day at work. This is what we have to remember them by. This is what my late dad and I dreamed of. We appreciate every single contribution you have made to this community. In the end, it is not about us at all. It is about furthering your professional development and increasing your network of trusted associates. It is about providing a place for your legacy to be built and learned from, daily. How are you using Land Surveyors United to build your surveying legacy.
This Content Originally Published by a land surveyor to Land Surveyors United Network