"I learned early on: match my surroundings, blend in. Instinctually, I pace the social rules, the slang, the rhythm of my surroundings. So who am I then, at my core, as I merge—and re-emerge? I am water, fluid, soothing, frighteningly powerful. Shifting and variable. I can be engulfed and by my shapelessness, lost in lack of form." -Continental Drift
IMAGE INSERT: Archaeological researchers have discovered giant spiral features protruding from the ground just south of Angkor Wat. The shapes, several kilometres across but just tens of centimetres high, have no obvious purpose. Archaeologist Dr Damian Evans from the University of Sydney discovered six spiral-like shapes from an aerial topographic survey of the land with a vegetation penetrating sensor.