Miniature meditations on the imagery I notice as my life moves me around my country and the world.
Thursday, September 22, 2016
Chalet Robinson in Bois de la Cambre, Brussels, Belgium
One of the intriguing inclusions into the Bois de la Cambre parklands on the South of Brussels is the "Chalet Robinson," a fancy restaurant dominating a small island in the most algae-clogged lake that I have ever seen. On the far side, semi-automated boats sail placidly back and forth. It looks like a nice enough place, but the whole thing just feels like a knock-off of Le Chalet des Iles in the Bois du Buologne in Paris.