There are lots of them, all the same shade of blue.
Russia didn’t look like it would fit. Too many pieces, not enough space. I’ve discovered that life works better if I don’t put African countries into Central Siberia.
It’s a great puzzle. The pieces are small. Much of the writing requires two sets of glasses perched on top of each other. The colour palette is very limited. I don’t know if it is old, or just designed to look old.
Yet, there is plenty of …
On our recent trip to Victoria, we collected lots of bits of paper. Today, I rummaged, looking for anything with a map on it. Could I put together my own online exhibition of maps?
The National Library’s Mapping Our World exhibition got me thinking. I won’t presume to produce anything as elaborate and insightful. I did wonder if I could manage some humour, but perhaps not.
If nothing else, thinking about the holiday from a different angle will …
It was timely that the National Library’s latest exhibition, Mapping Our World, opened just before I head out on a No Sat Nav drive. I registered for a guided tour as soon as the phone lines opened so that I could lose myself in the world’s greatest maps. Although, as it turns out, in such small roomsContinue reading “NLA’s Mapping Our World Exhibition”