Chapter 4: The Development

Chapter 4: Development

The morning started off unusually cool. A morning fog hung in the air like a cool curtain with the dew unusually heavy on the ground. As the breakdown continued, the Ombryo was slowly developing a lattice of intersecting lines that cris-crossed it every couple of miles or so. Later on in the afternoon, a band of thunderclouds would darken the sky. As the dark storm clouds roiled across the sky, lazy flashes of lightning appeared to jump from cloud to cloud. The storm winds blew across the meadows and the woodlands like a rolling carpet of air alternating with intermittent sheets of rain. The old was gradually being washed away and replaced with the new, or so it seemed.

Up in the heavens, there were faint visions (only a few seconds each) of angels and dinosaur-like MLPs blowing horns, singing and dancing fa-la-la-la.

After a final push of air, the rain finally stopped, but the wind kept on blowing. A colder wind now started to blow across the Ombryo. At the base of a tree a tiny patch of almost microscopic white and green fungi was taking root amid a dying luminescent plant crawler. Patches of tougher dry grasses and brambles were now growing among the original tender vegetation and slowly taking over.

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Kenneth Erwin Engelhardt or Kenneth Engelhardt is an amateur online blogger who lives in Warwick, Rhode Island and is developing an online presence on the internet. After a rather awkward start by trial and error, he is slowly learning his way around WordPress and blogging. Kenneth Erwin Engelhardt devotes his time to finding interesting subjects to blog and discuss on his website.Chapter 4: Development Kenneth Erwin Engelhardt has also taken an interest into researching various historical subjects which he hopes to be able to put up on his websites to provide additional interesting material for his audience. (Artbook Homepage)

In addition to his writing, he is also an amateur artist who has taken to developing an online fantasy, manga novel (The Lost Planet Diaries) which revolves around artistic creations that he developed entirely on his own. Lost Planet Diaries developed in part from the infamous Sonichu comic series by internet celebrity Christine Weston Chandler who lives in Ruckersville, Virginia as well as his natural talents for writing.Chapter 4: Development (Artbook Homepage).

In addition, Kenneth Erwin Engelhardt or Kenneth Engelhardt graduated from Kennesaw State University with a BBA. Kennesaw State University is in Kennesaw, Georgia. Kennesaw is located in the Atlanta Metropolitan Area and is one of the fastest growing universities. It is a senior member of the University System of Georgia.