Record: 2012 • Edition: 2012 • USC-WR-1208.0075
In an effort to get united, people build cities, which tend to swell further. However, at some point, a human becomes insignificant before the image of the megalopolis, that is no longer in need of its creators. Massive shadows of buildings, competing in height, sink streets into darkness. Endless miles of roads entangle the ground. Monumental mansions, restaurants, parking lots and bus stops, once were serving the people, turn out extraneous and wasted. Dust sweeps abandoned neighborhoods gradually. Cities, affected by desolation, appear to be the cradle of the strange and ominous structures woven out of chaos.