To ge-fleur: biodiversityoanaotilia::2011-02-11 6:23
Hy Gerard
But there is no human subject in this image...
It is true that there is not so much biodiversity in this image. But still the image reprezent NATURE: snow is a very natural phenomena (unless is artificial snow), the shadow is also a natural phenomena.It is pure nature, and I am really sincere with you....this winter I was looking for such untuched blanchets of snow to show that this is part of the cicle that nature takes in the northern hemisphere. Is just a matter of taking an image. I could also post some trees coverd by snow...or maybe a close up of ice cristals: both will be part of the nature.


Yes, you will say that also the fisherman in your image is part of the nature...traditional fishing is part of the nature...It si true that we learn something from both images: from yours, we learn the ancestral why of fishing (which is human activity) , the way of conserving biodiversity and our nature. From mine, we've learn that snow is a common phenomena in winter in our henisphere ( I have a friend in australia how's crying for some snow).

But I am affraid you are not satisfied...

Regards,
Oana
Germany
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To ge-fleur: biodiversity oanaotilia Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 529 W: 28 N: 964] (3416)::2011-02-11 06:23