Walkway near the Stream Wâldfeart

Jo Nijenhuis

Hoorn, Netherlands

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Canon EOS 50D, 1/160sec, F/9, ISO-100
Location: Nature park Rasterhoff, Sneek, Netherlands, Europe
Date: June 2/2012

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Walkway near the Stream Wâldfeart
History of natural landscape.
No place on earth is unaffected by people and our culture. However, there is no place on earth that cannot return to natural landscape if abandoned by culture. People are part of biodiversity, but people exert forces on biodiversity, which destroy the natural landscape. Terms such as semi-natural are used to describe landscapes with both cultural and natural features. People have altered landscape to such an extent that few places on earth remain pristine. Being pristine, though, is not a prerequisite for natural landscape designation. Once abandoned by human influences, the landscape is again under the control of natural processes which accommodate interruptions, resulting in a new variant of the natural landscape.
Source: Wikipedia

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