These pictures were made some time ago from the top of Centre Point. Photos by Seymour Laxon.
These leftovers of the old amphitheatre seating are now stacked as marked stones for the museum. What used to be a place to sit is now a background of the stage (which remains the same) but the viewing point has changed. I love the haphazard machinery that supplies light and sound for evening performances and ordinary foldable chairs in the site of such a ruin.
Vacuum processes are used to extract air bubbles and replace body parts with various plastics that decay very slowly. Such specimens are donated by individuals and used in medicine for research and teaching purposes. This is on loan from Institute for Plastination in Heidleberg:http://www.bodyworlds.com/en/prelude/ny.html.