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the wanderer on the road

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[The wanderer is an ongoing, longform series that combines illustration and text]

The full text found on the photograph translates to:

"I asked about the shrine like structure, he assumes it's a grave but hopes it's a marker or a sign of a nearby village or commune. We found an empty settlement up the road but the inhabitants had gone maybe twenty or so years before. 39, -77"

The longitude and latitude notation indicates that this is from an earlier period, mostly likely late first epoch, when maps and cartography knowledge still existed. They point to the region called Perforai on the eastern mountain range of the Americas Continent.
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Very earth-friendly color chords!
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While I enjoy the Wanderer series in all, I always dig the atmospheric pieces like this more. :D I'm so glad you're sharing them here, too.
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thanks, man!