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After the Great Deluge

After the Great Deluge
The All Mighty created the deluge as an act of divine retribution against humanity because of the sinful state of mankind. The flood has at last subsided leaving the few survivors huddled together in shock. Will those who remain follow a more ethical life or will they be doomed as were their predecessors by falling into immorality?

This photo was taken by an Asahi Pentax 6 X 7 medium format film camera and Super-Takumar/6X7 1:2.4/105mm lens with a Kowa 081-B ø67 filter using Fuji Pro 400-H film, the negative scanned by an Epson Perfection V600 and digitally rendered with Photoshop.

kiiti, Jörg, Aschi "Freestone", homaris and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


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 Scott Holcomb
Scott Holcomb club
War, pestilence and natural disasters have tested human resilience throughout history.
We shall persevere.
3 months ago.
 homaris
homaris club
The deluge as a metaphor?
3 months ago.
Scott Holcomb club has replied to homaris club
Yes, a metaphor inspired by this photograph of devastation by flood.
Humanity has always struggled against the forces of nature, often defining those struggles in religious terms as a means to cope with life's travails . . .
Today's struggles with a global pandemic has much in common with other human disasters in the past!
Or perhaps this is only a photo of an eroded desert arroyo and nothing more.
3 months ago.

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