Tag Archives: Nazca Lines

Robot

Vast desert. Millions, billions of sand grains. Hues of red and yellow. Wandering robot. Geological assignment. Processing in multitude shows properties, composition. Red and yellow stream through metal things. Incompatible feeling beyond numbers. But no rejection. Eight days. Night a … Continue reading

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City of Pola

On the horizon there is a wooden structure, topped with a platform. It reaches into the sky. This is the only visible landmark in the desert. Apart from the sand stretching out for miles, nothing else is discernible. The structure … Continue reading

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Lines

Its an infinite desert. Sand stretches out for miles in every direction. The sand is marked with lines. These lines are straight, rounded, cornered, concentric, triangular, consisting of infinite variations. They cover desert entirely. As to what they represent, no … Continue reading

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