A few images from a visit I made to Imti, so that I could make some photographs of doors & entrances in the abandoned village behind modern one.
The old abandoned village went by the name Muti, but was changed some years ago to Imti.
Taking advantage of the cooler weather and an early start; I was finished by about 09:30hrs so had an enjoyable time just ambling through the back streets of the village where I made these.
This proved to be a very enjoyable morning; I had intended going back to the ruins behind Izki (Zikki as it was known) but diverted to Imti.
A short diversion as I thought turned into a whole morning out and the promise of another visit.
I have passed this place many times over the years and always promised a visit, but it never happened. I knew there were ruins at the back of Imti from various reference books and manuscripts held by The Royal Geographical Society (thank you Google) but it was never sufficient to spur my interest.
This is ‘Dry Stone walling’ perfected over many years!
Muti is the remains of a village behind the present day Imti – over the years it has moved progressive down hill.
This was made in the area directly behind the new village of Imti – the others were further up the hill.