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Excellent rendering of a great idea!
Thank you, Peter.
Thank you, Sunny.
Mysterious and haunting …
Check out the Japanese
Aokigahata forest (青木ヶ原), also known as the Sea of Trees (樹海 Jukai) or the Suicide Forest, is a forest on the northwestern flank of Japan’s Mount Fuji, thriving on 30 square kilometres (12 sq mi) of hardened lava laid down by the last major eruption of Mount Fuji in 864 CE. The western edge of Aokigahara, where there are several caves that fill with ice in winter, is a popular destination for tourists and school trips. Parts of Aokigahara are very dense, and the porous lava absorbs sound, helping to provide visitors with a sense of solitude.
If I manage to see Japan one day I will remember that.
View The Sea of Trees movie, documentaries, etc., as a start when you can.
Yes, thanks for the tip.
Thanks a lot.
Now an urban forest. I like this one too.
Thanks a lot, Michael.
Woow ! Dat is er boenk op !
Dank je wel, Dirk.
nice post….thanks for share…keep it up
Thanks a lot, Alison.
Thank you, Cindy.
een fascinerende foto Rabirius
knap werk !
Dank je wel, Willy.
A beautiful abstract
Thanks a lot, Derrik.
Ja, ein Bisschen. 🙂
Great création…love the result ! Well done
Thanks a lot, Olivier.
Cool 😎 Rabirius feels like a film 💚
Thank you, Hedy. I’m glad you like it.
Leave nature alone for even a little while and it reasserts itself.
It definitely will.
Thank you, Steve.
Love this, Mankind may cut them down, nature may burn them, but Nature’s Heart is always in the Forests.. ❤ 🙂
Yes, it is.
A returning forest…before…and after. Thank you. That concept has lots of legs.
Thank you as well. I’m glad you like it.
It is like Macbeth’s Birnam Wood coming to Dunsinane 🙂
Certainly. And to other places as well. 🙂
I love the imagery of your forests. I am certain they will have their day again, nourished by what we have left.
Thank you a lot.
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