Too Much History
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RarityFoundation Edition
Season1
Release28
Edition Number1

Too Much History

Julie van der Wekken
Julie van der Wekken has given this photograph to the Verses team to exclusively mint as an NFT for the first time. This minting marks the passage of this image from the physical world into the Verses. This edition is the only Foundation Edition of Too Much History that will ever be made.
 
As the holder of this NFT, you will receive free airdrops of future cards based on this art, including a Signature Edition.
 
You can play with this as a full art card in Verses games.
 
Artist Statement:
 
This image was captured with a Canon EOS 40D 10.1 Megapixel Digital Camera, in June of 2017 after dropping my daughter off at summer camp in San Juan County, Utah. On the way back home I stopped at a historical monument titled 'Newspaper Rock', which is one of the largest known collections of petroglyphs and is part of the 1.35 Million Acre Bears Ears National Monument. The petroglyphs were created by ancestral Puebloan people living, farming, and hunting along the Puerco River. The first carvings were made around 2,000 years ago and a few are as recent as the early 20th century, left by the first modern day explorers of the region.
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Too Much History

Too Much History
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Attributes
RarityFoundation Edition
Season1
Release28
Edition Number1
Julie van der Wekken has given this photograph to the Verses team to exclusively mint as an NFT for the first time. This minting marks the passage of this image from the physical world into the Verses. This edition is the only Foundation Edition of Too Much History that will ever be made.
 
As the holder of this NFT, you will receive free airdrops of future cards based on this art, including a Signature Edition.
 
You can play with this as a full art card in Verses games.
 
Artist Statement:
 
This image was captured with a Canon EOS 40D 10.1 Megapixel Digital Camera, in June of 2017 after dropping my daughter off at summer camp in San Juan County, Utah. On the way back home I stopped at a historical monument titled 'Newspaper Rock', which is one of the largest known collections of petroglyphs and is part of the 1.35 Million Acre Bears Ears National Monument. The petroglyphs were created by ancestral Puebloan people living, farming, and hunting along the Puerco River. The first carvings were made around 2,000 years ago and a few are as recent as the early 20th century, left by the first modern day explorers of the region.
Julie van der Wekken