Us and Them

in nature •  6 months ago

I love wildlife and nature and my photography is the manifestation of this love.
It is a pity there is no place for nature in the world we are building. While European countries are concerned by environmental issues, Middle East lags generations behind. People here hardly realize the importance of perseverance of the world around them.

Animals have no choice left. Adapt or disappear.

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Our environment is so polluted that sometimes I find it difficult to capture an image without traces of human activity in the frame

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We steal the world not only from animals, but also from our children.
Will we stop destroying our world? I afraid we are not able to.

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its good to see your clicks i am also a nature and wild life photographer

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Thanks bro!

keep it up

These are such great posts. You take amazing pictures and your posts always have an important theme. Keep it up!

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Thanks Harry! Your comment is so valuable for me. Too often I feel my posts hit the void.
In my turn, let me praise your blog! You've a new follower :)

Great shots! I can never get too much of this love for animals :)

''We don't inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children."

Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos with us!

Even I was lucky enough to photograph a fox, they are fascinating animals.
Your photos denote a strong contrast between wilderness and the negative results of human nature...
I am pleased that nature will always win and humans will sooner or later end up exploiting it for their own interests.

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Agree with you, humanity will mature sooner or later.
The question is in what condition nature will be at that point of time...

Awesome animal photo shots! Mother nature forces them to find the way to survive.

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Thanks Zoran!

Serious mood in this post. I chose to believe that there is hope and that we all can do our best and make a difference.

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Staying optimist is always a good choice! But we should also strive to judge the reality around us as it is. I see an enormous offensive of civilization on nature. And I can's see any slowdown in its pace.
At such a rate there will be no wildlife to protect in 30 years...

One day you have to say "Us OR them". Thanks for sharing these sad pictures.

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Thank You for comment. You are correct and that day may come sooner than we think.