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Taken in Luckenbach TX Leica SL with 24-90.

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Purbeck Peninsula, Dorset

 

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A lot of barbed wire....! M10 with 50 APO Cron

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Nice photos everybody.

 

Hello David,

 

Nature lost.

 

I would say that barbed wire is more the Industrialized World's subjegation of Nature.

 

Removal of old barbed wire in no longer used places, like the removal of no longer useful dams & embankments, has become an important part of renewing the Environment. Among other things: Old, no longer used, barbed wire fencing retards, or sometimes entirely halts, the movement of various species which had previously lived in areas where wide spread movement or migration were important to their healthy living.

 

The Rewilding of no longer used Pastures, Lakes, Wet Lands & so on is an important step in terms of helping Nature restore some semblance of balance from the massive destruction of Habitat since the coming of Industrialization to the World.

 

Industrialization is not just the making of chairs in factories. It is also the Industrialization of many aspects of many people's lives. Including farming & ranching.

 

Industrialization from the Middle 18th Century to today has permeated many aspects of many people's lives. Similar to what computers are doing today. Including farming & ranching.

 

Just as there are groups of people all over the World who go out into what used to be Wilderness & pick up trash & the like:

 

There are groups of people all over the World who (With proper permission) go out to no longer used places & remove no longer used barbed wire, remove no longer useful dams, restore wetlands & so on. Passively leaving Nature to restore itself will not allow the Environment to get back in balance as quickly as it will if people actively restore the land & the water as much as is possible.

 

Best Regards,

 

Michael

 

Hello Everybody,

 

A lot of nice photos in a really nice Thread.

 

Just a reminder for those who may have begun reading later.

 

Best Regards,

 

Michael

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SL + Leica 50mm f/1.4 Summilux-M ASPH

 

 

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barbed wire could be a bit scary I guess. There is no beauty without the bad stuff and ugliness. So - here you go

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