aldo-vallon - December 26, 2017
I am not old enough to be nearly as familiar with Emma Forbes work as I would like to be. Seeing her in her heyday must have truly been a sight to behold. It would be like seeing the Great Pyramids of Giza when they were still young, before they were raped by tomb raiders. I mean, people still flock by the thousands to see them today, and I imagine they are still impressive, but it's not quite the same, is it? I don't have the motivation to plan a trip to go half way round the world just to see a stack of blocks. My nephew can do the same thing, and if I look at it through a magnifying glass then I will probably be just as awestruck. It doesn't take much with me. I am taken aback whenever I can find booze for fifteen percent off.
And how long am I supposed to stare at it before I can leave and say it was worth it? Twenty minutes? This is the same reason why I have never been to the Grand Canyon. What happens when I get there? Is there a specific spot in the canyon that is more impressive than the others? When people say they have seen it but in different areas, does it count as them having seen the same thing? Where's the legit canyon?
Photo Credit: Backgrid USA
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