Falling Rocks in Sri Lanka

IV.2002; all pict. H. De Meyer
  The Falling Rocks — contrary to the children's signs and based on our small sample from both countries — are not influenced by design from India. But our savvy road-sign-spotters will immediately point to the influence from other countries.

The first two panels are the UK drawing on a new-world canvas. We've seen the same combination in Ireland. It is obvious that the design — as it was made for a triangular world — cannot fill the canvas like it should.
But there is more at hand. One of the boulders turned backwards and cannibalistic and is ready to gobble up its smaller relatives.

The third panel has close relatives South-America. See f.e. Peru or Chile.

  And the last one has a mirrored brother in Spain.

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