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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 20 Nov 2016, 00:26
IBM had a building like this in Melbourne some years ago, Chris.
Chris: I expect these ghastly things exist world wide don't they
Kinda too bad...
Chris: Yes agreed
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 20 Nov 2016, 07:04
Oh yes, no respect for the church that was once the highest building - a very good observation of our modern life! Bristol?
Chris: Yes these are modern times and this is Bristol Philine, says it all doesn't it
A lot of imaginative design went into that fine building,in fact into all of the fine buildings apart from that church which looks totally out of place
Chris: Err..shome mishtake shurely!
i wonder if that is an office block, Chris? if so, the occupants inside probably do not have a chance to look out of those windows to survey the scene.
Chris: It looks like an office block Ayush, I was feeling sorry for the over-powered church..
We sure are!

Love the view of the narrow church.
Chris: Thank you kindly Mary
Sadly that fine church tower is the building that looks out of place here.
Chris: It has been overwhelmed Brian
it certainly overpowered Chris... wouldn't it be great if they could pick up the church in one piece and drop it down next to a meadow...

can God make anything so big that even he can't lift it up?
Chris: Thank you Peter
Ain't it just. I think our failure to have some kind of coherence in modern town planning is just another indication of the collapse of civilization.
Chris: Well it's more like the collapse of Bristol in this instance Tom
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 20 Nov 2016, 21:49
The church looks rather lost.
Chris: Poor little thing. But what did those planning Bristol's brave new world care about that..

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