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30 Years After Humanity

This is for the Photoshop Challenge!!

A scene depicting a once bustling city center covered in overgrowth after it was reclaimed by nature. 30 years ago all of humanity was destroyed, leaving behind their many creations and constructions to slowly rot.

I won't bother running through the list of things that have been done to this scene because I'd be sitting here all day! Instead, here's a "Before" picture:

http://i.imgur.com/hUS3Y0X.png


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MushyMushy

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Yeah I saw that documentary on the History Channel.  As a positive materialist, I see in this picture more so the elimination of internal chemical combustion and friction vehicle engineering.   There is never any 'after' humanity, there is only ever advancing actualization 'of' humanity.

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