OK, here’s a little game. I cropped the top off of this image—the part with the text. Take a guess: What do you think it’s supposed to be representing?
The answer—and many more amazing images—here.
(Personally, I think it looks like the internet.)
I got it right. What’s my prize?
A Snarkmarket guest post, valued at four-hundred nerd-points!
But it has to continue the game: awesome/weird travel imagery, label/location cropped off. Email me, robin at snarkmarket 😉
Too me it almost seems so obvious that I was a little confused about what you were asking. It’s really lovely. It gave me an almost physical pang of nostalgia. How often in that brief bizarre ten months did I pause there, tired and confused–standing at exactly that vantage point, soaking in the photonic high and letting it bleed into a very similar kind of fractured imprecision so I could shut my mind down for a few blessed minutes before deciding what to work on next.
Wow! OK, easier game than I realized. Great image, Saheli.
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