Ruins

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    nice shot, works well in b&w. i love the random patterns of rocks and the logs sticking out. This is in much better shape than most of the ruins around here, but i guess thats why they call them "ruins"... did you take any details?
     
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    They were in the process of doing digs and so forth. Found lots of pottery pieces. The guys who worked on site said it dated back a couple of hundred years and that there were some others in the area. You can't tell by the photo but it has three floors of living area including the underground area.

    I was there right after the area had some really heavy rainfall so access was limited do to the muddy roads. Fairly large site.
     

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