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Gradus Hageman on December 29, 2008

If we, and I emphasize, our personal behavior and responsebility towards our remaining resorces, isn't changing, than this type of pictures can be taken for e few hundred year from now and than we will face total anarchy. The difference than is that it will be to late to change the course of our human destiny.

This picture contains also, the answer to our needs. Use more solarpower. I is for free only we have to find the best way to harness this resource in a proper way.


José Mª Alvarez Soli… on January 10, 2009

Hey abraxas, aber das, was beobachtet wird, ist die Quelle der Luftverschmutzung, die Fotografie ist schön, tolle Komposition, ich beglückwünsche Sie.

Mein Foto-Wettbewerb

Ein warmer Gruß aus Vigo, Spanien. José Mª

felix e. on February 21, 2009
  • Ein zum Nachdenken aufforderndes Bild, dass aber auch eine Art der Fotografie zeigt, die eigentlich nichts Schönes darstellt und doch schön ist. Eine gelungene Symbiose von Technik und Natur von dir sehr gut in Szene gesetzt. Gratulation abraxas
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ADNGEN on March 31, 2009

Thanks for commenting my photo. You have some beautiful photos, but this is the one I like the most. It's very particular. I like the sky, that's seems painted with visible strokes. Also the line created by the chimney and the smoke it emits, makes the photo look precious. Excuse my english.

Di0m3d3s on January 18, 2011

ein extravaganter bildaufbau - sehr interessant, prima - like :)

abraxas_aut on January 18, 2011

Noch ein DANKE Di0m3d3s .....

sugarbag1 on February 15, 2011

Hello Abraxas. An excellent example what has happened and still goes on in our world.Just been reading some of the comments above. In Australia we are slowing catching on, that wind power is the way to go. In Albany not far away we have a small Windfarm. They are quite a tourist attraction Abraxas, as they are very close to coast and there is this added attraction there as well. Just afew days ago I was in Albany and I notice three more wind turbines had arrived and were in the process of being loaded onto truck to be transported to our small town 30 miles inland.The ones we get here are all made in Germany. I think its a great idea as we have penty of wind along the southcoast and solar power I think we should be using more,as Australia has plenty of sun down here. We have a solar panel on our roof that heats our hotwater when ever there is sun and in the wintertime, we have a tile fire which is wood, which I cut for free and the first section of the chimney has a speacial thing around it which has fluid inside which heat the water. But if we had no sun or or wood we have backup of electricity, which we rarely use as there is most times some sun even it our winters which is like a summers day to you as we never have snow at all. Sorry for getting carried away with story, Kindest Regards, David. Western Australia

abraxas_aut on February 16, 2011

Thank you David for your very interesting comment! You nare welcome

Tom Portschy on February 26, 2011

Yes, ja, oui, si, igen...!

Tom Portschy on February 26, 2011

Tolles Schuss! Like

abraxas_aut on February 27, 2011

Tom thank you!

leopoldo hernandez on April 21, 2011

una fantastica fotografia y que ademas sirve como de protesta por el daño que esta causando en nuestro mundo tanta chimenea vertiendo porqueria a la atmosfera. Un saludoi

abraxas_aut on April 22, 2011

Thank you Leopold for your sensitive comment!

waldwind on November 12, 2012

Sei froh dass dieser Schornstein noch raucht. Bei uns ist die ganze Industrie "wegrationalisiert" worden: Resultat: Arbeitslosigkeit total...

abraxas_aut on November 13, 2012

Waldwind, bei uns ist es auch bald so weit ....leider

Kostadinos delta on March 1, 2013

great photo and colors!!! like

abraxas_aut on March 2, 2013

Kappa Delta thank you and greetings

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    by abraxas_aut
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