Saturday, 31 March 2007
Good taste and bad taste.
Adelaide's General Post Office built in 1867, is one of the city's gracious Victorian buildings.
In it's earlier days, the arrival of mail from Britain was indicated by a flag during the day and a red light at night. Today the lovely interior resembles a flea market with garish postal-type advertising clashing with the elegant, old Victorian detailing. What's the world coming to?