We bring destruction to the land, the moment we begin to built. We construct a myriade of architectural structures on borrowed spaces. Only togive them up, decades later, and back to nature, who reinhabits the land and rejuvenates the deserted artifacts. Generous and humble, Nature never fails to cleanup the messes we created. The force of Nature permeates and shapes my creation.
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