pesco at March 3rd, 2014 12:21 — #1
markgisleson at March 3rd, 2014 15:05 — #2
I'm confused. Is that supposed to be a lot of books? Because it isn't. Not even close. Where are the wall stacks from floor to ceiling? Why is valuable shelf space being used for knicknacks? If the room is really full of books, where is the photographer standing? There are not even 1,000 books visible in this picture and they're all shelved normally. Half the people I hang out with have more books than this hiding behind their couch.
pesco at March 3rd, 2014 16:03 — #3
I'm so sorry to have confused you. It isn't simply the quantity of books that makes me appreciate this image. It's the entire look and feel of the room.
boundegar at March 3rd, 2014 17:19 — #4
Are you sure it's a photograph? It kind of looks like a painting.
brucearthurs at March 3rd, 2014 17:22 — #5
And this is unusual, how?
allium at March 3rd, 2014 19:24 — #6
The first thing I thought of when seeing it was Edward G. Robinson's room in Soylent Green:
antdude at March 3rd, 2014 19:52 — #7
I would not want to be on bed during an earthquake.
bryan_mcgovern_ at March 3rd, 2014 22:01 — #8
This is the Library Room at the fantastic Mildred's Lane Complex(ity).
More info can be found here:
pesco at March 3rd, 2014 23:30 — #9
Thank you! Updated my post!
shirotsku at March 4th, 2014 04:05 — #10
Bet that place requires a lot of dusting
pesco at March 8th, 2014 12:21 — #11
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