It’s the end of the first full week of WARP, and I am glad we only have a few more days of field work left this season.
So I stepped up my efforts for photo Friday in celebration of our vigorous activities.
First, I’ve been trying to capture the “essence” of survey archaeology. For me and for most of our dedicated team of field walkers, intensive pedestrian survey means forms and maps:
The look is familiar to most survey archaeologists. The head is inclined over a form:
I have also been trying to capture the range of things that Greek farmers hang from trees:
Finally, I’ve been working on some photographs of fields that convey the range of different textures and soils encountered in a field day:
And, of course, there’s this: