Monthly archives for May, 2009
Who sometimes walking in a forest, or along a river or a lake, never found his way on bicycle cuts, burned vehicles, tires and other industrial varied wastes ? This phenomenon doesn’t concern a particular region, it is found almost everywhere in every country, and I end up believing that if one place is a little less dirt, it is only thanks to the local authorities or associations which are a slightly more effective to clean this pollution traces. I could almost get used to it eventually if I was not disgusted whenever I see these examples of uncivil and irresponsible. : (
Best examples :
A cart in the bottom lake, Bois de Boulogne (Paris, France)
A bike in the same lake, Bois de Boulogne (Paris).
A framework of a car, half-burned half-rusted, which probably lies here since several years in the forest of Rambouillet …
An image too classic on the bank of a river: a plastic bottle (pictured here this winter on the river Meuse in the Ardennes).
In the same subject, a rusted cans abandoned on a beach in the south of France.
* nb: I have not named Regent’s Park and its famous London Zoo, as I didn’t had time to go there during my last journey in London (and also bringing back pictures of this place).