“Veneer of Civilization,” reflects my fascination with the eternal efforts of humankind to tame the Earth, even while nature exerts itself as the victor from beneath the surface.
One might not notice from the ground, but from the air it’s obvious that the natural flow of water is disrupting human efforts to subjugate this Kansas farmland.
This photograph was taken en route from Wichita, Kansas to Flagstaff, Arizona, on a flight associated with Greg’s January, 2012 Flying Carpet column, “Follow that Bicycle!”
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Hope you enjoy this view from aloft!
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