I did, very much, particularly as so much else around here is so un
enjoyable at the moment. Great set of photos of what looks like a nice bunch of people doing good work in a lovely setting. And a terrific looking dog on photo nos. 15, 54 and 83 (brilliant photo). Arachnophobes should steer clear of no. 11.
When I last went to Perillos (in October 2008) it was completely deserted, but I was puzzled by what appeared to be evidence of various recent restoration works, at an early stage, and presumably suspended for the autumn and winter (I guess these photos were taken last summer - web page title says July). The pictures clear up much of that puzzlement, although I'd be interested to know more about the scope of works being undertaken, and the extent to which the entire village is to be repaired / restored. And for what utilitarian purpose, if any. Not that it needs such a purpose, and I don't suppose people are planning to re-populate the village, or anything like that, but anything that just stops it completely falling to bits must be welcome, as it's so delapidated. Any pointers you could give as to where one might go to find out more about this project would be gratefully received.
Many thanks for posting this. Shall now enjoy having another scroll through them all.