With my idea, nature has asserted its dominance once more in a world where the presence of mankind is notably lacking. As such, some imagery that I have been researching involves nature in a wild almost feral state with trees of roots similar to that of the strangler fig tree.
I don't intend to depict a full scale apocalyptic city, but rather some ruins and remnants of one where nature has grown in abundance. The documentary, 'Life After People', provides a fascinating insight in what life could be like if humans were to disappear. As such, the imagery and ideas explored are pretty relevant to my idea, where I was keen to observe the effects of what would happen to remaining human civilisations and structures, particularly over a vast period of time.
This part of the documentary explores 1,000 - 10,000 years after the disappearance of humankind.
I know I've been slow to update of late, which I hope to remedy soon enough. Just need to get back into the swing of things and bring up the pace.