- Sep 6, 2007
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I thnk your pic there is the first solid indication of it coming together. There are a few posts since the last week of December with pics showing the early stages of what is turning out to be one of the hemlines. But your pic is definitely the first indication I'm seeing of the two in concert.That’s what caught my eye! So cool, seems like it made of metal links that can be adjusted. Love the term “flowing hem”. Wasn’t sure what to call it.
Full disclosure -- Yea!!But returning to the question of concrete vs. steel, what is the value judgement in play here? Is it just that steel is more fun to watch going up?
So you can do this?:Full disclosure -- Yea!!
I can pour concrete into wooden forms and make concrete pads and walls -- climbing out on a steel girder with not a whole lot below to affix it to a vertical -- that's a different level of excitement -- a bit like watching someone run on a track or in a field [concrete] versus watching someone climb rock with minimal support
On the other hand the Romans did some amazing things with concrete [e.g. the Pantheon] -- so it is a value judgement
No of course not in detail -- but fundamentally -- yes I have several times in building decks raised quite high above the surroundingsSo you can do this?: