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.