National Geographic : 1919 Apr
AS ONE JOURNEYS WESTWARD FROM UDJ ASSARU AFTER PASSING NEV SHEHIR, ONE REACHES AVAST LAVA FIELD THAT OVERLIES THE PUMICE-STONE; IT IS STILL VERY ROUGH AND UTTERLY BARREN The village of Tatlar lies in a valley formed by erosion in this lava field. The valley head is seen inthe background of this picture. The cone formation is not a prominent feature of the Tatlar landscape, but the activity of the Troglodytes iseverywhere visible inthe bluff onthe left. Note sledding wheat on the left.