The Kiev in the not-so-far distance. The choking, lethal haze of Tianjin gives the illusion of distance to everything.
Part of the amusement-park/museum was a “war is bad” exhibit, which nevertheless contained examples of heroism, including…
… American exploits in the Second World War.
The Map room showed the continent of Africa and her lesser-known twin continent, Africa 2.
A portion of a world map, with Greenland mysteriously unlabeled.
The Kiev in more fearsome days
English translations were mostly good, some with errors…
… that were occasionally fixed.
The deck of the helicarrier.
“Happy Everyday” wishes the sign, as one gazes up the hellish ruins of what was once a coast.
Can you see Tianjin? Of course not. Even though you are in Tianjin.
The broken beech, closer-up.
“Happy Everyday” and a murdered ocean.
A fearsome ship threatens to spread…
… Nestle chocolate ice-cream and Coca-Cola throughout the world. Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!
A once formidable ship…
… gazes blindly into the absent sky.
I was too hard on Al Gore. Because of Global Warming, the Pacific Ocean now extents to Tiananmen Square. Sorry, Al.