WILD FLOWERS TERMINAL


Nature is unsteady but also very flexible, so these plants here grow on industrial grounds where 100 years ago freight trains have been handled and dispatched day after day. Rusty bridges, rails and other legacies can still be seen around as part of a secondary jungle. This narualistic work in progress means a change every day while at night the interstellare light allows a silent rest and sleeping cycle of life.

With these pictures I am wishing everybody a nice and adventurous  summer!

36 thoughts on “WILD FLOWERS TERMINAL

  1. I love the fact that Mother Nature always survives in the most unexpected places. That alone gives hope.

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  2. I love to see how nature reclaims her space. Similar to the pyramids in the jungles of Mexico and Central America. Wishing you and your camera a wonderful summer also.

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    • Oh thank you, what a nice comparison. But Chichen Itza or Uxmal on Yucatan peninsula are for sure something different and much more impressive. So let’s see what else can be found in the jungles whereever. Cheers.

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  3. Thank you and the same to you! 🙂 🙂 Mine has been great so far. I saw your piece about La Palma on Wanderessence and was curious. I always intended to visit but flights were not so easy as the other Canary Islands. I thought at first you were from the island. Nice to meet you!

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    • I have only been once to La Palma, it is for me the nicest island on the Canarian Archipel. There are ferries from Los Christianos, Tenerife, nearly every day, near airport Tenerife-Sur. We had a direct flight in 2015 with Air Berlin but this airline now dead and away so the actual situation I do not know. Funny, you thought that I am Canarian. I will publish a little bit about Wroclaw, Poland, and Sinai. Egypt, in the next couple of weeks, but now this blog is tired and needs another nap. Nice weekend!

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  4. Beautiful pictures, the place where they are growing makes it even more endearing. A great summer to you too! Though it’s rains here in India and no sun at all in Bangalore for more than a month.

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    • Thank you, some of your monsoon would be great now here as it is dry like in the desert, people now being asked not going to the forests if possible due to the high risk of fires. Great damages in agricultures in Central-Europe also, so climate change is reality already. So rain is not always the worst. Take care and sunny greetings from Berlin!

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  5. On your most recent post I received this message: This is somewhat embarrassing, isn’t it?
    It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching, or one of the links below, can help.
    I thought you might want to know that there is a problem accessing your post. Best wishes! Peter

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  6. The left legacies are the humus for getting lost again in a wild beautiness of a single flower waiting for the monsoon in this postindustrial wasteland

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    • I am pleased you like it with English expressions and words. More nature to follow in future but as well other features till end of the year. Nice weekend!

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    • Thank you very much, we have instead rain today which is highly appreciated after several weeks of a real drought. Sunshine has to wait till the weekend, this is quite o.k.

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    • Thank you a lot for kind appreciation. this kind of contradictional nature fascinates me a lot. Primordial forests are rare to find in Central-Europe. Nice weekend!

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