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Until today I didn't know that the Merril Collection was the largest sci fi collection in any library in the world... in this solar system..galaxy..universe...

at least as far as we know now.

Caine says:

Serious sci-fi nuts know about it. (Yes, I am one. Have been since I was very young.) L-Space. ;)

Edited to Add: Very nice series!

14th Mar 2007, 03:08

swamprose says:

thanks C. I like the little animals amongst their feet. monkeh!

14th Mar 2007, 03:11

Tori says:

That's cool, both the guards and the collection.

14th Mar 2007, 03:14

anonymous says:

Score one more for Canada seeming more appealing than the states.

14th Mar 2007, 03:47

Helen says:

I'd let them guard my house. It might mean that I could no longer get in to my house, but it would probably be worth it.

14th Mar 2007, 07:39

Dhamaka says:

paradise!
*envy
oh, and the shots are lovely

14th Mar 2007, 09:04

swamprose says:

helen, I think they'd go well on your house, the L shaped room, the apocalypse view..:)

14th Mar 2007, 11:50

what an entrance! fantastic!

14th Mar 2007, 12:32

Gael says:

lovely entrance and good news about the books : )

14th Mar 2007, 14:00

nige says:

that poster is a beauty!

14th Mar 2007, 20:45

Love the top pic :-)

14th Mar 2007, 21:10

MaggieD says:

This is a great series .... love the top shot and the little over protected monkeh in the second shot ... last shot is so familiar .... living in a housefull of SF addicts that is not so unusual ....

15th Mar 2007, 22:29

swamprose says:

thanks. sci fi people need protection.

16th Mar 2007, 04:48

Jigalong says:

These are scarey statues. Probably fired the imagination of a few sci fi writers in town even.

18th Mar 2007, 11:14

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