Recent posts of Caesarea’s High Aqueduct here and here sent me back to the archive. In 1984 I was shooting 35mm slide film with my trusty Canon AE-1. I captured this summer image of the aqueduct in the days when beachgoers congregated beside, on, around, and under the arcade. Music was in the air, supplied by eight-track players in the dash.
It is no less busy today, but at least the cars are kept at a distance and the tourists (hopefully) are prevented from climbing over the top of the Roman-era structure.
Many things in life have improved since the 1980s. But not the music. Don’t you agree?
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