Footprints by starship64 ()
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It's been a long road. In what would someday be Tanzania, a human ancestor left footprints in muddy ash some 3,600,000 years ago. A mere 50 years ago today, Neil Armstrong left footprints on the moon. Where will we leave our footprints in the future?
Credits: The upper portion of this picture shows Laetoli footprints in test pit L8, from Fidelis Masao and colleagues (2016). CC-BY. The lower portion courtesy NASA. Composition and slight manipulation to improve clarity, mine.
Image Comments (19)
rajib () 3:20AM | Sat, 20 July 2019
Very nice. Next stop should be Mars ;).... We may see it in our lifetime...
Kordouane () 6:05AM | Sat, 20 July 2019
What an excellent idea this montage, in addition very well done
KarmaSong () 8:06AM | Sat, 20 July 2019
An excellent concept and render of this idea that Man is constantly searching for the Unknown, in his desire for conquest. Well done !
Richardphotos () 9:35PM | Sat, 20 July 2019
I hope a foot print maybe the only thing they leave behind. just like national park's sign. take everything you came with and the only thing you can take are your memories.
superb remembrance of the day in history
Schnuckelchen () 2:31PM | Sun, 21 July 2019
A valid question - The next footprints on Mars? - On the moon Europe or Titan? - Or the last footprints on our moon? - Where will humanity still leave footprints?
IceDragonArt () 11:38AM | Mon, 22 July 2019
Great execution of the idea. Maybe some day, if we manage not to annihilate ourselves, we might have our footprints on other planets
AidanaWillowRaven () 7:46PM | Mon, 22 July 2019
Mars is soon ... So maybe we'll be visiting one of Saturn's moons by then?
RodS () Online Now! 6:05PM | Tue, 23 July 2019
Wonderful comparison and so perfect for the 50th anniversary of 'One Small Step..' I suspect Neil's footprints will be there for a very long time.
UteBigSmile () 9:35AM | Fri, 26 July 2019
It's wonderfully done! I want to thank your for all your previous comments & peeks at my last uploads and I want to wish you and yours a marvelous (less hot) weekend, hug's Ute