Extracting Blue Stuff  

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Uploaded: 05/28/15 7:42 PM GMT
Extracting Blue Stuff
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Sometime, in the not to distant future, humans will have to set up great fields of extractorizers to obtain blue stuff from the earth.Done entirely in Bryce with slight perspective correction in Photoshop.


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05/28/15 8:58 PM GMT
I like what you did with the factories Mike - you are really quite creative and talented - Excellent Work!!! p.s. When I first looked at your image, it reminded me of an early computer game that I used to play and was called Outpost.
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05/28/15 9:51 PM GMT
Cool work Mike. It reminds me of the oil refineries in Houston, Texas with all those pipelines going everywhere.
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Life's moments are sweet. I just want to capture all that I can of them.
05/29/15 12:54 AM GMT
Oh I do like this one, your creations are always top notch.Kudos on this excellent creation. tigs=^..^=
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
05/29/15 7:36 AM GMT
I checked the markets this morning and the price of Blue Stuff is on the rise. Time to invest. Super creativity and well done, Mike!
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Smile, without a reason why. Love, as if you were a child, Smile, no matter what they tell you Don't listen to a word they say Cause life is beautiful that way. (From the film "Life Is Beautiful")
05/29/15 7:54 AM GMT
Looks like a special above ground transit system. The sky is such a great backdrop! This is very clever and totally cool!
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05/29/15 1:49 PM GMT
Great insight to the future. Does the Blue stuff go well with Soylent Green?
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Long before the white man and long before the wheel, when the dark green forests were too silent to be real. Light foot 1967
05/30/15 2:10 AM GMT
You can never have enough of the blue stuff. Things go better with it, you know. But now that the government has given it value, it is valuable. It will soon be hoarded and find itself in dwindling supply. Conservationists will insist that we find alternatives to the blue stuff and the debate will begin between the believers and the conspiracy theorists. But I do not fear, I have put Extracting Blue Stuff into my safe "fav" place for future use.
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05/30/15 2:26 AM GMT
Lol, casechaser. You nailed it.
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Emptiness is not nothingness. It is simply the opposite of full of it.

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