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Erik Goetze

Spring Wildflowers and Green Hills at Sunol

Denis Gliksman

Black Head, The Burren

Southwest of Galway Bay, Ireland

July 2005

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© 2005 Denis Gliksman, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

"The Burren" c'est le miracle de l'apparition de la vie dans une atmosphère de fin du monde, de petites fleurs qui poussent au milieu de roches calcaires creusées par l'érosion. Les premiers agriculteurs qui ont déboisé sont en partie responsables de cette érosion spectaculaire. Et on y trouve de nombreuses espèces de plantes, artiques, alpines et méditéranéennes.

"The Burren" it is the miracle of genesis of life in an atmosphere of end of the world, some small flowers are growing in the middle of limestone pavements fissured by weathering. Prehistorics farmers having cleared the forests are partly responsible for this spectacular weathering. You can find there many plant species, arctic, alpine and mediterranean.

Location

Europe / Ireland

Lat: 53° 9' 0" N
Long: 9° 16' 0" W

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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Equipment

Nikon D2x, 10,5 mm, monopod, good shoes.
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