Imaginary spaces and Earth's underside • 7 September 2007 • The SnowBlog

Imaginary spaces and Earth's underside


I think I might just point people to BLDGBLOG rather than try to say anything very profound today. This post echoes a dream I've been having since I was little (seven? eight?) that my grandparents' giant, dilapidated Victorian terrace house had at least one forgotten room which I would discover. Then this post references it with some fascinating information about the sorts of things you might expect to find underneath Turkey.

And here is a library of pictures that one of the BLDGBLOG articles links to.  


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