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Image captured by an externally mounted camera on the WGayte Arcology, Victory, Terra Nullis of the effects of atmospheric ionisation on one of the few remaining stretches of late 20th century high tension wires. Severe weather conditions coupled with massive sunspot activity and, after a comparitively long span of 70 000 years, a reversal in the polarity of Sol III’s magnetic field (on average it switches every 25 000 to 32 000 years) caused many localised ionic storms. Most were like this one and more of a display, but some, including the one that destroyed the Ruhrburg Arcology in 2106 were far more devastating.

Or it could be a heavily edited (HDR1, saturations and levels) image og the top of the Newport Power Station stack and a high tension wire pylon on the banks of the Yarra River in Melbourne.

Peter was a professional medievalist, freelance photographer, artist and sometime musicologist, philosopher, essayist, videographer, organisational dynamics consultant and policy adviser. Peter passed away on January 1st 2013 after a 2 1/2 year battle with lung cancer.

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  • reflexio
    reflexioover 6 years ago

    Love the story, vey interesting shot. Something bright with something dour.

  • Know any publishers? ;)

    The story is coming together. I need to work on characters next, and I may use photography as the catalyst there, too. Cyber-punk/post-apocalyptic/alternative future shots…

    – FuriousEnnui

  • GlennAlderson
    GlennAldersonover 6 years ago

    I can see all those Carbon taxes adding up to quite a bit for our government.

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