After Years of Acid Rain!!

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Comments (71)

KasiaD on June 22, 2008

Gute Endzeitstimmung eingefangen. Man kriegt dabei fast Existenzangst! Ich wünsche Dir einen schönen sonnigen Sonntag, Kasia

Agoe on June 22, 2008

Naja Kasia, so schlimm wird es wohl hoffentlich nicht sein ;-)) Dir auch eine sonnige Woche!

Greets, Andreas

KasiaD on June 22, 2008

Nee, mach Dir keine Sorgen;-) Kasia

Luud Riphagen on June 27, 2008

Really strange Andreas aber doch ein sehr Schönes Bild. Grüsse Luud

goterei on June 27, 2008

Eine wirklich tolle Aufnahme, ausserdem kann man damit auch den Begriff "SCHWARZWALD" gut verbinden.:) Gruß Goterei

Agoe on June 27, 2008

Luud und Goterei vielen Dank für Eure freundlichen Kommentare!

Viele Grüße, Andreas

Erdélyi András on June 27, 2008

Very good photo with the composition and the meaning! This is a real problem witch need to solve by human! Gratulation, Andreas! Compliments, Andris

Agoe on June 30, 2008

Thank you very much Andris! You are right, it is a real problem and I am very sad about that.

Greetings, Andreas

Harry Taggart on July 13, 2008

Frightening photo Andris, and I believe you are suffering from the exhausts of 2 of our Scottish coal burning Power Stations :-((( scally

Agoe on July 13, 2008

Thank you very much Scally! But I think Scottland is too far away from my home ;-))

Greets, Andreas

Agoe on July 13, 2008

Hey Harry that is unbelievable! Such a long distance!!!

Cheers, Andreas

Agoe on July 13, 2008

Yes Harry, you are right! Not only the modern economy is a global player, the pollution also is finding a way to cover the whole world. In Germany it is not advisable to eat mushrooms out of the forest even 22 years after Chernobyl!

Harry Taggart on July 13, 2008

Agoe at least your Government warn you about the mushrooms,there is no mention of these Farms in the local press, though the Farmers are happy with their compensation and continue to graze sheep that can not be sold. Wonder if there is anything else we should KNOW? :-))) scally.

Agoe on July 13, 2008

Ohhh, don´t start me talking, I tell everything I know!! But if I will be arrested for the rest of my life ;-)))))


Harry Taggart on July 13, 2008

Can I refer you to IAEA in Geneva Agoe, it will be strictly confedentual and they will guarentee you will be held in Guantanimo Bay in solitary confinment for as long as it takes? It is good to have friends, LOL cheers scally.

Agoe on July 13, 2008

Yes, that´s the deal ;-))))

Slàinte mhath!!

Harry Taggart on July 13, 2008

Well I,m no gone with you.

MaryAlice on July 19, 2008

This is an interesting and most beautiful shot, but Sad when I find out that the trees look this way because of acid rain. How terrible.

It makes for a most unique photograph though. The sky makes it look eerie! =)

Greetings from the USA,

Mary Alice

Agoe on July 20, 2008

Thank you very much Mary Alice! The acid rain is only one reason for the destruction of the forest. Others are the increasing numbers of storms and the hunger of the bark beetles.

Best regards, Andreas

Harry Taggart on July 25, 2008

GLOBAL WARMING ANDREAS! GLOBAL WARMING, In maybe a 100years Germany will be a desert, Holland will be under the Sea, all the ice will be melted in the at the North Pole, these are sweet little thoughts that can lull you to sleep Andreas. LOL scally

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  • Uploaded on June 17, 2008
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    by Agoe
    • Camera: NIKON D80
    • Exposure: 0.005s (1/200)
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