Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Inaccessible island

With a name as if from Daniel Defoe but probably most likely a corruption of the Dutch ship 't Nachtglas which first discovered it, this island is covered in rough grass, small spiny trees and cliffs which rise to over 300m. Its animal life which is almost uncorrupted by human interference is different on the small stretch of flattish shore from that of the cliffs above.

Subject for an allegory?


You can find out more here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inaccessible_Island.

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