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River Vils

River Vils

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Prison, Landshut

Prison, Landshut

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Altmueltal

Altmueltal

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Mettenhausen

Mettenhausen

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River

River

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Hop field

Hop field

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Oldtimer exhibition

Oldtimer exhibition

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Landshut

Landshut

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  • On 23/4/08 8:22 AM, Anonymous Chris said…
    the picture shows many reasons for enjoying to live in LA. Thanks Klaus  

Construction site

Construction site

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Vohburg

Vohburg

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Parking place

Parking place

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Field work

Field work

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Postau

Postau

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Olive grove, Italy

Olive grove, Italy

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Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle

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Lumberyard

Lumberyard

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  • On 13/4/08 11:42 AM, Anonymous KD said…
    Interesting shot! It sure would have been nice to have a person in the frame just to give a sense of scale.  
  • On 18/4/08 10:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…
    It may be a matter of semantics (or culture), but I would assume that the picture is of a lumber mill, not lumber yard. Just a guess though.  
  • On 19/4/08 1:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…
    It's sad to see that many trees cut down.  
  • On 19/4/08 3:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…
    Where is the person? I don't see anyone.  
  • On 19/4/08 6:32 AM, Anonymous Jason said…
    Yeah, this bothers me too. Artistically it's nice, but think of all the killed trees...  
  • On 19/4/08 6:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…
    that guy was joking trying to get you to look at the picture for a long time like a moron. There is no person in the picture.  
  • On 19/4/08 7:35 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…
    cutting down trees is not bad, not replacing them is bad. Considering wood is approx 50% carbon, well managed forestry helps the environment as maximizing the wood volume taken from a region over a number of tree planting/harvesting life cycles maximizes carbon extraction because the carbon remains in the wood when it is used as a construction material. 300 year old wooden structures still contain the bulk of their original carbon. Save the earth, kill an old tree and plant a new one, repeat until further notice.  
  • On 19/4/08 9:07 AM, Anonymous Shandog said…
    "that guy was joking trying to get you to look at the picture for a long time like a moron. There is no person in the picture."

    --- You're WRONG!! I see at least 5 ninjas!  
  • On 19/4/08 6:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…
    what...never seen a photo of 25,000 chopsticks before??

    only is from 2 trees...not that big of a deal.  
  • On 19/4/08 8:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…
    I think this is from the hurricane "Gudrun" which struck sweden in 2005. A huge tradegy for many people.  
  • On 19/4/08 8:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…
    FRED PHELPS WOULD LIKE TO USE YOUR PICTURE FOR NEFARIOUS PURPOSES  
  • Hi, thanks a lot you all for commenting. Now i have to say some things: no, there is nobody in the picture, Mare, this is not "good wood" because it is to make paper. I´m not 100% sure that this is a lumber yard instead of lumber mill, but this is the storage place of a paper mill. This image has a copyright: "All Rights Reserved", if you want to use it please send me an email telling me what for, where, etc. you want to use it.  
  • On 22/4/08 4:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…
    if it is a paper mill, then the trees are probably from a plantation where trees are cut and replanted every 15 years or so. no big worries there.  

Tires

Tires

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Tree nursery

Tree nursery

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Parking place

Parking place

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  • On 5/10/11 12:20 AM, Anonymous 4rx said…
    It's simply amazing how a parking zone looks from the sky. When you are on the street you can't imagine how big is the space for which you're driving.  

The Baltic Sea and the former inner German border

The Baltic Sea and the former inner German border

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The Danube, near to Bogen

The Danube, near to Bogen

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Deliceto, Italy

Deliceto, Italy

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San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy

San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy

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U-Bahn depot, Munich

U-Bahn depot

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Roundabout, Bad Griesbach

Roundabout, Bad Griesbach

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Wolfgangs settlement, Landshut

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  • On 18/4/08 9:41 PM, Anonymous Pasha said…
    Great photo)
    It leaves a feeling of an anthill, where a lot of very identical men live - it's a great illustration to how human urge for order and efficiency make people just little screws in the greater system.