In Situ – Eymir Trip

We had a trip to Eymir Lake and we analysed a part of it, which is the peninsula that I showed in images. We documented all the physical qualities of the site including the built and natural environment and our personal spatial experiences. For example, I related enclosure with tree density and defined levels of enclosures. As a built environment there were two concrete shelters and a pathway, all the others were natural environment. Also we were expected to give scalar information of the site and while doing so we took proportions of our bodies as base.

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