the urban sprawl is ever increasing: seas of concrete are endless, spires of gigantic buildings loom overhead, power-lines weave throughout the landscape. our world is defined by engineered structures; they are the products of our innovation, they have become the new boundary, the new landmark, the new habitat. things are alive amidst these structures, things so small they go on living in our constructed world unnoticed by us. Their beauty is eclipsed by their size; the small things make all the difference, one just has to take the time to notice them. Pay attention the next time you walk down the street. Forget about the seemingly "bigger picture" you've created and imposed upon yourself. Look beyond what's been constructed to see what's been there all along: things as they really are.

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