Monday, 24 June 2013

"My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings". - an underwater view in ancient Heracleion.

Look at this fallen Panjandrum. The head has slipped.  One diver casually lays his arm on the mighty one's thigh or arm.  Another sees an artifact instead of an aristocrat and takes a snap.  Beneath the sea, you see illustrated Shelly's poem of the man in the sand.
From the city of Heracleion, 30 ft below the waves near the mouth of the Nile.
Unseen for 1200 years.

At the feet of Ramses II.

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