Completed 11 May 2013. 912 x 454mm. Alkyd on acrylic base painting on canvas.Total work hrs approx 544.5. This work portrays a possible future for the city of Dunedin (current population about 110,000) in New Zealand after a few hundred years of global warming and mass immigration from other parts of an overcrowded world. Low lying areas of the city have been submerged by the rising sea level. A high density, tightly controlled city (suggested by numerous police robots) sprawls across the peninsula hills, wind farms on distant ridges provide one source of local energy, food crops dominate public and private gardens, and a very diverse mix of humanity is evident in the foreground.