Lynn's Point Evolution by renecyberdoc ()
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Some of you might remember the little port of Lynn's Point,one of the first settlements on Spackoine.Well the place has been evolving big time.Housing has become very expensif,and the populace has grown considerably.
The antfarm-vertical living,coflek steampunk towers,water and sign are freebies from mapps Lynns point freebie thanks mike!!!
i had an emergency saturday nite,had to go to hospital ,as i have copd and caught a heavy bronchitis my breathing was close to zero,the first responders literally saved my life and i want to thank all the first responders and rescuers worldwide,as they are getting attacked physically and verbally very often,seems to be the number one sport in this times.i cannot understand this behavior by some idiots.
Image Comments (17)
Radar_rad-dude () 2:57AM | Mon, 18 March 2019
Yes and a great big AMEN I must say to your recognizing and praising the first responders. I am certainly glad to hear they saved you! What a close call you had! Wow! Excellent image! Very well done, Rene! My wife is alive yet too because of their fast response and quick attentions to her needs! Thank the heavens! Your dystopian setting here is remarkable! A most dark and dreary looking future but still, a future(?) for which we are currently headed(?) Well, don't know if I will still be around to see it but I sure hope to miss that party!
rajib () 3:39AM | Mon, 18 March 2019
Very nice work on the render. Yes, the first responders do amazing work and save countless lives. I guess people do stupid things when they are stressed out and sometimes actually out of their minds. But whatever it is, no one should be attacking them whether physically or verbally.
STEVIEUKWONDER () 4:34AM | Mon, 18 March 2019
You are so right about first responders Rene. There is a tv documentary series "Inside the Ambulance" and it's riveting viewing.
Thank God they got you safe and treated promptly. You won't escape from us that easily! Hahaha!
Keep warm my friend! Stay safe! Steve & Cathy
Leije () 8:53AM | Mon, 18 March 2019
Belle utilisation de ce decor et des passerelles des tours, bravo, René !
Jean_C () Online Now! 8:58AM | Mon, 18 March 2019
Très belle scène futuriste! Tu as raison, les abrutis qui s'en prennent aux sauveteurs, aux ambulances, aux pompiers... sont vraiment... des abrutis!
GrandmaT () 9:53AM | Mon, 18 March 2019
Excellent work! I so glad the EMT crew got to you so quickly. Not being able to breathe is pretty scary. Get well and stay safe.
byteline () 9:53AM | Mon, 18 March 2019
Deine Worte sind so wahr, ich kann es auch nicht nach vollziehen, dass es solche Idioten gibt. Alles Gute für Dich, lieber Rene!
eekdog () Online Now! 11:11AM | Mon, 18 March 2019
Hope the best 4 u doc, I have mild COPD so far. Could get worse if I don't quite smoking.
Dynamite image. Take care my friend.
bakapo () 12:09PM | Mon, 18 March 2019
Thanks to the emergency responders everywhere. I'm glad you're ok. hugs Take care! This is a cool, dark scene. It's always good to see your work and the worlds you create, it's all so cool.
rbowen () Online Now! 2:52PM | Mon, 18 March 2019
You were very lucky that the first responders came quickly! I wish you a speedy recovery, Rene! Take care! Your scene is fantastic, as always!
donnena () Online Now! 9:06PM | Mon, 18 March 2019
Hooray that you were helped!!! But if you could understand the idiots, you'd BE one too!! So don't think about that too much!! The first responders do a great job, and are totally underpaid!!
mtdana () 11:26PM | Mon, 18 March 2019
Looks like an easy place to get a date! Must have been scary for you and Ute - hope you have a speed recovery!
RodS () 1:47PM | Wed, 20 March 2019
A great render, Rene!
Sooo glad you're doing better, buddy! Indeed those first responders are heroes, and deserve all the support we can give them. They lay their lives on the line daily, and have to deal with things that we can't even imagine. Bless them all!