For millennia this world had been barren. Brown dust devoid of life covered a planet once beautiful, but time, progress and a lack of understanding has stripped the land of its vital substances and murdered the life thereon.
Years of exploration and experimentation had been conducted to find alternatives to their dying world before history repeated itself.
Lessons had not been learned in the first and second instances, but finally a change in attitude and acceptance in what was going on around them made scientists and politicians take note. Too late for many generations, but hope for those to come.
This was the latest in artificial crops and survival.
He threw himself down, his arms in homage, and wept into the green of tomorrow.
Photo credit Sonia Dauer via Unsplash
Written for Sarah’s MLMM Photochallenge #419
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