Monday, May 29, 2006
Cruisin' with the People's Liberation Army Navy
Let the cruise begin!
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.
Tianjin, a tdaxp series.