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Deep in the forest you can find these big cut down areas, it does not look very pretty…
That’s horrible that the forest is being destroyed! Good photo’s though. 🙂
A sad sight! Were these trees planted or did they grow naturally? I get that sinking feeling every time I pass a logging truck transporting our African hardwood forests over to China. And these days I seem to pass at least 15 trucks on our daily drive into Beira city. Great images representing a world wide problem.
These trees were planted for about 80 years ago, but before that there was a real mixed forest here not just fir-trees like now.
Great photos. And looking closely, this is very clean logging that has not ripped at the ground – the moss cover is still mostly intact, there is not a lot of ‘slash’ lying around, It looks like the land is being cared for and will generate yet another forest without a lot of erosion or other damage. Compare it to the way they usually log here in British Columbia and it is something to be proud of.
Yes, you are right. Its very clean and tidy, but still not so pretty 🙂
It’s not very pretty, but makes very dramatic photos. Well done 🙂
Agree, drama is not always pretty 🙂
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