2338-Why the Missing Dots Got Lost by George W Banks

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24X38 original a.p. signature art print natural world landscape digital art compilation of several graphics taken mostly from the Baja area at the border between Mexico and California, also some from New Mexico and Texas, with Arizona, Nevada and some small islands off the Pacific coast and the Sea of Cortez, and even Oregon, Colorado and Washington state thrown into the mix. Here is food for thought: Wouldn’t wild creatures, even those from Nepal, and Angola or even Indonesia, Thailand and Tibet consider any wild natural area like this as rightfully theirs to use as they please, including relieving themselves in natural “facilities”? Dozens of graphics programs were used creating this work including but not limited to Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Photopaint,Paintshop,Corel Painter, Corel Draw, Photomatix,Poser, the old Microsoft Photo Editor, etc. Many types of cameras, lenses and apertures were used, included several types of Nikon and Canon, also Olympus, including but not limited to D90, several types of EOS and others. The world is run in such a way that mostly no one is able to connect the missing dots. That has been so since the beginnings of civilization. Civilization is the struggle between mankind and nature; it is mankind’s attempt to control our surroundings. Those attempts will inevitably fail, because trying to change what was already made perfect to make it “better” will always make it worse. Struggling against the natural order of things will always lead to nonstop conflict between mankind and everything else and against itself.

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mystical landscape, rocks, california, sky, clouds, environment, cactus, trees, usa, southwest, northwest, ocean, mexico, arizona, colorado, pacific coast, sea of cortez, surf, weather, islands, new mexico, mountains, exotic bushes, waves, caves, rough coast, west, cliffs, rivers, palms

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