Man-made craters, scooped out of granular lava cinders, shelter grapevines - from National Geographic, 1969. In La Geria, Lanzarote, the Canary Islands. "This technique gathers water from rain and mist and keeps the plants from the burning Saharan winds."
After 76 Years Of Work, Oscar Niemeyer Dies At 104. Work that is still stunning 50 years later.