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Resurrection ?
Can photos in this thread show urban nature as it happens. I do not think of postcard pictures.
In this time when our movements are restricted one could have a look around in the urban environment.
How is nature related to our world of brick, concrete and tarmac etc.
My suggestions:

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Resurrection ?
Can photos in this thread show urban nature as it happens. I do not think of postcard pictures.
In this time when our movements are restricted one could have a look around in the urban environment.
How is nature related to our world of brick, concrete and tarmac etc.
My suggestions:

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I absolutely agree with you, Rolf. Urban nature should focus also - and quite resolutely - on the stupidity of urban planning, in which nature (and with it man) is most often reduced to just functional side aspects. Living space not for people, but for capital.
 
This hedge, a breeding place of many birds, had to be cut one-sided right to the stems because it extended (50 cms) into the parking lot of a school. It wasn't a problem to any cars except for mobile homes maybe. Regulations obviously count more than common sense.
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