Over the last few weeks, I’ve had my head in the storerooms and museum looking at objects and thinking about space more through the two-dimensional lens of the notebooks and plans and less in three-dimensional terms of a live environment.
So here are some landscape photos that situate Polis in a bit broader context.
This is Chrysochous Bay facing north.
The site of E.F2. where the South Basilica stands.
Here’s a view from the north side of the city toward the Chrysochous Bay.
And finally, here’s a statue of Regina who was apparently a legendary queen of Cyprus (or whatever). She stands on the quay at Latchi.