Dutch Trees prt1

Dutch trees prt1

Dutch trees prt1 | Nikon D700 | Zeiss Makro-Planar 50mm. f/2 ZF.2 | 1/800 | F2 | ISO 200

Dutch trees prt2

Dutch trees prt2 | Nikon D700 | Zeiss Makro-Planar 50mm. f/2 ZF.2 | 1/400 | F2 | ISO 200

11 comments
    • No, this is actually quite normal. We like to control. I call these: ‘Test-Tube-Trees’. When they are old enough, they are allowed outside. But they are not used to nature and they certainly have not developed enough roots to stay up by themselves. So they need assistance of dead trees who are transformed to support-poles. When they succeed in developing enough roots to become independent, the poles are removed. Some of them don’t make it and are replaced.

      • Smart solution. Trees are precious and important to us.

        • I know; I’m a tree-lover as well. May be I’m a bit too cynical. We just don’t have the space to let nature grow it’s own way, unfortunately.

          • I can sometimes find that nature is actually many times greater than all the cities and villages together.
            We think that the world is overpopulated, but all people on earth would be standing on an island here in Sweden called Gottland. It would get crowded (1 m2 per person) but it’s still a wake-up call.

  1. voeg een paar meer dan zal het een nederlandse bos zijn

    • 🙂 You’ve got the picture! (if you like, go to category ‘The Dutch Woods’,)

      • yes,
        I lived in Amsterdam a couple of years
        and experienced the forests 🙂

        • We just don’t have enough space for a real wood, unfortunately.

  2. Malin H said:

    😀

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