A New Earth – Petunia

continued from previous Olivia waved from afar with one hand while resting her entire body on a big shovel.  The early morning heat had pretty much exhausted her already, but the satisfaction that came from this morning’s garden work had brought a wide smile to her face.  She had spent the past hour finally getting … Continue reading A New Earth – Petunia

A New Earth – Night

continued from previous Darkness had begun to sweep like a thick veil over John’s desolate neighborhood.  It must have been a relief for the mimosa trees that were surrounded by miles and miles of hot, burning concrete slabs on each and every direction.  Even for their African genetic makeup, the brutal heatwave was too much … Continue reading A New Earth – Night

A New Earth – Why do I photograph things?

continued from previous He could see that the urban landscape was getting rougher further down towards the port: this was an area where a river of debris had come rushing down the mountain at the peak of the hurricane, following the tracks of the ancient creek that had been paved over hundreds of years ago. … Continue reading A New Earth – Why do I photograph things?

A New Earth – Memory Lane

continued from previous But sometimes adding on to the existing DNA code is not nearly enough to adapt.  Sometimes evolution cannot catch up with the changes.  The only way to “adapt” in this case is to start over, the process of life itself.  The EoT was less concerned about the life or death of individual … Continue reading A New Earth – Memory Lane

A New Earth – The Square

continued from previous John looked out of his window and down into the destroyed botanical gardens that used to take up most of the space in the square.  There was still broken glass lying everywhere, marking the silhouette of where the huge dome of the central conservatory used to stand. Most of the debris had … Continue reading A New Earth – The Square