Wattle and daub

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Wattle and daub

I really like the tactile quality of the wattle and daub. Wattle and daub is an old building technique you see a lot in Britain. Made of wooden strips called wattle which is daubed with a sticky material, usually made of some combination of wet soil, clay, sand, animal dung and straw.


Category: Other

Image ID: 402

Photographer: © Stuart McAdams (19 photos)

Keywords: wattle, daub, old, medieval, coventry

Date taken: 10th Jan 2018

NIKON D3300  · f/5.6 · 400 · 10/1250s
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