Saturday, 13 November 2010

Fake Lake Redux



Japan has taken a page out of Canada's book, and built its own version of a small fake lake for the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation summit.

Japan's "lake" is digital, with virtual fish swimming about and a fountain that drips fake water to create fake ripples.

Wonder what it cost?

Now, if this had happened:
"Stephen, don't fall in," U.S. President Barack Obama joked to Harper.

I woulda said: 'Priceless.'

(That's my new fave picture of our evil doofus PM.)

8 comments:

deBeauxOs said...

Is Japan mocking Stevie and his megalomania?

Beijing York said...

LOLOLOL! You might have a point, dBO.

fern hill said...

When it was suggested in the comments at the CBC that Japan was having a little snicker at Stevie's expense, someone jumped in in defence saying that the Japanese have a history of copying architecture (not that Fake Lake really qualifies) and gave the example of Tokyo Tower.

double nickel said...

A fake lake surrounded by fake politicians.

k'in said...

Steve is a technological marvel - he comes with his own built-in personal flotation device - his hair!

Beijing York said...

I keep coming back to this post because this photo just brightens up my day :-)

Can we photo shop Steve in beach wear or fishing gear?

fern hill said...

Oo, oo, a wet suit, à la Doris! I can't photo shop atallatall. Who can? Alison?

Beijing York said...

A wet suit would be perfect :-)

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