Buldozer at New Sebua
This is the fourth and final image from this short sequence of photos from New Sebua. (See Friday’s entry for the first). As I’ve mentioned a couple of times in this sequence the Wadi-el-Sebua temple was resuced from the rising waters of the Nile/Lake Nasser in the 1960s.
When the work was completed at each of the new locations for the temples, the workmen left one item of machinary behind as a monument to the work that was undertaken to move the temples. Here at New Sebua a bulldozer stands as a sentinel.
You may have also noticed that this website has changed today. I thought it was time to ‘brighten it up a little’ and additionally the new format will permit me to post wider images from now on.