That should be the title of a book — it’s lovely, isn’t it? Sure, there’s Paolo Bacigalupi’s follow-up to Ship Breaker, Drowned Cities, but city is such a harsh word, whereas landscape evokes meadows and birds, flowers and small animals.
Drowned Landscapes is the name of one of the [...]
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- Rainbow over the ruins of a 4th century Roman castrum. http://t.co/lp3Il1Vo0l about 10 hours ago
- Hanging out in a field of Neolithic menhirs. http://t.co/SO0851HhAS about 11 hours ago
- UNESCO World Heritage LIBRARY?? *head explodes* Forget the mountain top yurt. *This* is a birthday trip. //@tezcatlipoca 12:39:19 PM May 24, 2013