Monday, April 2, 2012

Rooftop View

The other night I was out in the wonderfully mysterious city of Melbourne and we were having a rooftop cider at New Guernica (arguably the most indie bar in the whole town) and I noticed the amazing building roofs that I could see from where I was. I took a photo (naturally to share with all of you, my wonderful readers), and here it is.

I would really love to know what is actually in those rooms beyond those windows and tiles. Inexplicable piles of old maps? A trunk full of black and white photo albums? A parrot? Who knows. I'll let you ponder over that too.  


  1. You’re right! It is very intriguing what’s behind the walls of that building, perhaps some valuable historical artifacts that need to be displayed in museums for public viewing. =D The roof of the building seemed quite strong. I can really say now that older materials have sturdier make than new ones.

    Lue Madson

  2. I have to agree with Lue on her point that older materials are a sturdier than the new ones! Who wouldn’t agree with this one? Anyway, it’s the mysterious effect of the city of Melbourne that makes it wonderfully special.

    -Keaton Oakes