Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Scar


What a scar when the forest is harvested ... but they reveal lost vistas too.

8 comments:

  1. Total devastation, I agree. And I reckon even the soil is devastated and barren looking. HOwever ...

    you have captured wonderful light in the distance here.

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  2. Ah but the stubble field of any crop always looks a little forlorn until the new plants go in.

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  3. It always pains when I see forest cut off, but the view is amazing!

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  4. A scar it is! Great title.

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  5. This somehow seems like it has been done with more respect than the torn, vandalized look of the ancient Tarkine forests of Tasmania that I saw. Glad that they will put new plants in. It is an amazing view. The Tarkine was just sad.

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  6. I like the mood of this image. Different light in different places.

    Clearfelling always looks pretty sad, but this looks like they did a very tidy job.

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  7. Terrific shot - very different

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  8. Pam, the Tarkine is native forest isn't it. I would be horrified to see that done to native forest but for plantation forest I don't really mind ... after all that was the reason they were planted.

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