|Thank you for your nice answer, Gabi!
I accept all your explanation about TN purposes, and I strongly agree with it!
Iīve just questioned the criterions about what is or not nature or, like you correctly said, wildlife.
This question blowed up in my screen when I saw a cultivated papaya in TN, and so I thought that my dewy lemons could be accepted. Any difference? No. Both were cultivated.
Like lemons, papayas are widely cultivated, and if it is inside the botanic garden, its worse. Its true that there are lots of papayas growing up in the wild here, but that was not in this situation. Please understand that I am not talking about my lemon picture, because I understood what is in TOS. The question goes about "criterion". Iīm sure that some considered wildlife for TN sometimes could be cultivated on my garden, and sometimes what is exotic for me could be common in the China gardens. The whole world is giant! Its not TNīs members obligation to know the nature all around the world, but it is to observe TN's TOS criterions, so it should be accurate. If not, inactivations could be wrong here and there.
The first time I had a picture inactivated I didnīt complain about. I just was wrong about my own impressions about my picture, ok. It shows beautiful nature and wildlife, but the main subject in the FG is a cultivated cammelia. It was motherīs day and Iīve tryed to post it to celebrate it. I cracked.
This time I cracked also, but thereīs was an evidence inviting me: that papayas growing in the botanic garden...
Iīm sorry about it all, and thanks for your answer. I understand what TOS mean, and thereīs absolutely no problem to have my picture inactivated but, I just donīt see any reasonable criterions in this case. Maybe TN should think to exclude all fruits, excluding the criterions responsability.
All the best!