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Aztec Farms
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Description: A shot of the Mandelbox. A sandy, holey plane.... I'm guessing this is where the Aztecs grew their crops. But why did they put it near the cliff?   ....was there some presence which they sensed there?

Btw, you can find a much higher quality image of this (1280x1280, .png) at http://i765.photobucket.com/albums/xx298/Timeroot/SandyHoleyPlane00020.png .
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Keywords: Mandelbox Aztec Green 
Posted by: Timeroot February 14, 2010, 06:47:56 AM

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