Derelict continuation. David A Lockwood Black & White. 11/07/201619/07/2016 Derelict continuation. Like this:Like Loading... Related TaggedHistory of OmanRuins Published by David A Lockwood Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art). View all posts by David A Lockwood Published 11/07/201619/07/2016
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Was there evidence of painted decoration in ‘derelict ‘ interior, or is that carved stone? I assume that you found this ruin out in the wilds?
Very far past seeing paint – some carved stone but mostly plaster work.
Yes, I came across it while I was lost: not lost as such, I knew where the direction of home was. Just unable to negotiate my way around convoluted sandy tracks. Once I knew the way, it was easy finding it again. It had at some point been a large estate farm I think. Areas set out like dried-up paddy fields & lots of Palm trees.
Discovering somewhere by accident….when lost….always the best kind of discovery!
They are beautiful! I keep wondering just what it must have been like to build those walls.
Thanks – hard bloody work I expect 🙂