Garo Nalbandian

Ghostly light snakes through Warren’s Shaft as the bucket swings down it. Photographer Garo Nalbandian used an open shutter to record the bucket’s wildly gyrating path. It would have been difficult for anyone to lower a bucket through the shaft let alone draw it back up full of water. To make matters worse, watermarks at the bottom of the shaft indicate that the water there was only a foot deep. If the ancients used this as a water shaft, why did they not carve out the bottom to allow it to hold more water?