Just beyond the factory and mill ran the river that long ago had powered them, and Miles often wondered if these old buildings were razed, would the town that had grown up around them be forced to imagine a future? Perhaps not. Nothing but a chain-link fence had gone up in place of the Rexall, which meant, Miles supposed, that diverting one’s attention from the past was not the same as envisioning and embarking upon a future. —Richard Russo, Empire Falls
seperating nostalgia from future - it is true. i believe
The terms people use to describe what they're trying to do on computer are quite telling about whether or how they understand the system. That is also why i think being able to describe, articulate is very important.
- Aarhus Convention
- Surveyor Marks
- Land surveying
- A4 copies of map symbol sheets used on OS Explorer™ maps and Landranger® maps
- Topographic Map Symbols