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Tuesday, 1 March 2011

UK: Norfolk: I arrive home, to find loggers have devastated my local forest.



8 comments:

Incanto Images said...

het staat er erg verlaten bij en een beetje vochtig in het gebied.

Groetjes Von

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

That makes me absolutely ill... Please tell more. Is this close to where you live? Was it expected? I love trees (but not a tree-hugger) and I hate to see clear-cutting like this.

Probably not what you wanted to see after your wonderful trip.

Bises,
Genie

Gringo said...

Genie, This is literally five minutes from my house, I walk my dog there every day and it was such a beautiful peaceful. the deer are still there, walking around dazed wondering what is happening to their home. The land is owned by the Forestry commission, of course they will say it's to do with maintenance of the forest (perhaps hiding the cash they receive for the wood behind their backs when they say it!). Thanks for caring! B.Rgds Gringo.

Giulia said...

Oh, Gringo, I am very sorry for this situation...Now, eveywhere, in all the world... And just coming back from New Zealand...I am sorry for you and for the nature.

Kaya said...

That is so horrible. It's beyond understanding. They took away life of so many trees....

Gringo, I feel sorry for this forest, trees and deers. I am sorry for you.

It's too sad and I even don't know what to say more....

I know how you feel and I share your feelings.

My warmest wishes to you, Gringo.

Levonne said...

Gringo, I'm so sorry for your loss. How very deflating to see a lovely forest disappear without warning and overnight. Be kind to yourself.

Gringo said...

Hi Kaya/Levonne - Thanks for your comments guys. Gringo

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

I hope that spring brings the beginnings of another forest which will take a lifetime to regenerate... There are other options to clear-cutting. Too bad they did not consider them.

G