Monday, July 7, 2008

Reminiscences from Australia - 2

Like as in Manhattan, the city fathers of Melbourne felt it important to have the library near the center of town. And indeed, the Victoria State Library was built within the central rectangle of downtown. I was fortunate to have the opportunity to be given a tour by the director herself.
Unfortunately, after I left and went on to other meetings, global warming struck, and the library sunk.
Honestly. I kid you not. Look, here's another photograph, totally untampered in photoshop or anything of the kind. What you see is what you get.
(Remember, Melbourne is a port city. Sea Level. Oy).

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


Sorry. But my "see level" is different. Though you do make a cute point.

And, it shows yet again why people aren't furious with all the made-up news that passes through from the media conglomerates.

You don't see them sinking, BUT !