Tuesday, June 15, 2010

"Cities & Memory - 5. In Maurilia, the traveler is invited to visit the city and, at the same time, to examine some old postcards that show it as it used to be: the same identical square with a hen in the place of the bus station, a bandstand in the place of the overpass, two young ladies with white parasols in the place of the munitions factory."
Invisible Cities, Italo Calvino, p. 30


  1. Anonymous16/6/10 21:15

    I have that juxtaposition for Kathmandu. One of the old pictures has you in it.

  2. :)

    Our office building has recently hung some old photos of Sydney on the corridor walls, which is interesting.