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The Lost Sea by Abiogenisis The Lost Sea by Abiogenisis
Industrialisation of Chriirah has had a dramatic effect on many of the planetsí ecosystems. The equatorial zone of this world, dominated by a vast superheated region named the Kiln, has seen perhaps the most extreme changes as the desert continues to expand.

Agricultural needs necessitated the damming of several major rivers to provide irrigation for Kiln border areas, and the lakes these rivers once fed began to evaporate. Ultimately most of these lakes vanished, leaving behind shallow sandy basins and ghost towns.

Unable to afford relocation, or unwilling to spare the expense, shipping companies left their craft to rust on the dry lakebeds.
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Jackskeleton1987 Mar 19, 2014  Student Artist
C'est beau!!!! J'n'ai rien de dire!!!!
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:iconcheeseburgertom:
It is like the Aral Sea.
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:iconabiogenisis:
Yep, that was the inspiration :)
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:iconmegadolon013:
WOW never thoug of this one.  MASTER.
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wolfgang-111 Jul 29, 2013  Student Artist
sort of has that jabba the huts ship feel to it
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Chive-Turkey Jan 16, 2014
My first impression, Jabba's sail barge.
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:iconevlwns:
The shades make me think someone lives in there. Perhaps not wanting to be found...
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:iconabiogenisis:
Good place to run... discrete operations.
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Rakceyen Feb 24, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I like how the craft looks sci fi and futuristic, yet its rusty like an old barn or shack. When I think sci fi, I think of shiney, new, robotic, clean, that sort of stuff, so its interesting to see something sci fi in this state of decay.
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