Interpretation: Image Manipulation

Challenge #50 in the Ways of Seeing series. Hosted by jezsik.
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Who needs reality when you're a master of photo manipulation? Start with an image with a clear and obvious subject. Manipulate the surroundings to put that subject in an otherwise unrealistic location. For example, put a swimsuit clad sun-bather on a snowy mountain or a giraffe walking down main street. IMPORTANT: explain the manipulations (not the technique used, but what you have done to the image).
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SF's Golden Gate surrounded by desert, as if after the apocalypse.
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Submitted: Sunday, 11th July, 2010 16:54 (GMT)
Taken: Wednesday, 23rd September, 2009
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Notes: Two of my digital images combined. The 'desert' herewas actually shot on an Oregon beach.
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