This week we had a chance to check out some nice early-20th-century seasonal houses in the Western Argolid.
I got a little bit of artificial tilt-shiftiness in the image probably because of the haziness of the ridges in the background and my playing a bit with aperture settings.
A nice example of a heavy layer of mud-mortar used along the top of the wall.
And a really nice example of the layering of tiles, mud, and reeds to form a water tight seal for the roof:
A Balkan-style long house where half of the house is set aside for animals (and in this case milking and cheese making) and other half for living space.
A well-built, mud-brick dividing wall between the living quarters and the area for animals:
And some mappers, team leaders, and field walkers in the landscape:
And this for MAXIMUM GREEKNESS: