Here's some nice images of what it must be like being the first human to walk alone across an empty planet. I'd love to go to wherever this was photographed - looks like the badlands of North Dakota.
It's funny how one tiny detail in a landscape can cause you to change totally your reading of it. One minute it's a wind-eroded desert - add a small, bubble-headed figure and it becomes Mars.Word verification: Zonicar, a mode of other-planetary surface transportation.
very true - and adding a person to a landscape changes one's experience of viewing an image, from the visual to the personal.The zonicar sounds right up my street!
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