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White Rose
Fledgling aspens in flaming orange are dwarfed by burned out skeletons from the 2001 Colorado Hayman Fire.
New England Autumn
Mummy Cave Ruins in Canyon de Chelly
Against the light (2)
Just Harvested
Entrance of the "Combe du Creux"
"What's that?"
Against the light
Tiger Lilies
Flooded gallery in the "Combe du Creux"
Back to the New Nature
Ribs in the "Combe du Creux"
Turkish Cuddles
Turkish Mosque
Thunder Over the Beach
The pond of the "Combe du Creux"
Taj
Caught in an eruption
Scallops and ribs (1)
Cardinal in the tree.
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Back to the New Nature

By population growth and climate change nature falls back. That’s why the Dutch built an artificial island to compensate. The first of a natural archipelago of islands. Previously Dutch three-masters went to unknown islands the conquer them. Now the Dutch three-masters are welcoming new nature.

TAGS: Globe, Netherlands, Panorama

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Amersfoort, Netherlands
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© Robbert Frank Hagens.
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Date Taken: 09.2016
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 23, 2016, 2:30 p.m.
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