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  • Visiting Old Friends

    Taking a stroll the day after a living forest was burned in a forest fire is a powerful experience. On the ground there are skeletons. Squirrel, owl, and deer¬† remains to name a few. When I looked up, there were the trees, reaching for the sunlight which only yesterday was a source of nourishment. It […]

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  • Burned Forest – Dead or Alive?

    A so-called dead forest is now one of my favourite landscapes. Of course it is not really dead, it just looks dead for a very short period of time. Before very long green vegetation will appear, but even before that, insects will detect a freshly burnt forest and will fly in from miles away. Black-backed […]