In a world where our primary source of exposure to the natural world is our computer or our television, the landscape is no larger than the size of your screen. With all context of sense, smell, fear and exhilaration removed from our experience; each encounter is one of visual stimulation only.
This is a natural world of our own creation. It is understood through pixels, interpreted as "real", and nearly arbitrary in terms or the original, primal, experience.
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