Photography The Return To Wilderness Posted on March 2, 2021March 7, 2021 by Thomas Slatin August 2013Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostOcean City Next PostAs The Day Turns Into Night 22 thoughts on “The Return To Wilderness”It looks like an enchanted forest, I relax and think about walking in the middle of those tall trees contemplating the whole place.Loading...ReplyI always wanted to go camping. this place looks ideal for that purpose.Loading...ReplyIt looks like a forest that is in the outer part of the city. To have some time roaming in around the nature’s beauty, it’s a good place.Loading...ReplyThis will definitely happen if humans are not around nature will reclaim this very planet.. Anyway looks like the starting of a forest. I do not suggest it though. Many would get lost in it.Loading...ReplyA good place for camping, spend some days out of my environment. Lovely output, clean and detailed.Loading...ReplyWow, this looks empty, even the grass has disappeared in some part. We are all important to keep nature healthy and intactLoading...ReplyLovely green hues. Nothing like being immersed in the wilderness. Looks a bit like a summer camp setting.Loading...ReplyLooks like the human interference has taken in this forest because a wide road road and some chopped wood are also seen.Loading...ReplyI wanna go camping. This pandemic makes me really miss doing outdoor activities. Great photo btw.Loading...ReplyThis just screams the horror movie genre. I love the overall atmosphere! Thanks for sharing this.Loading...ReplyThis pic reminds me of how much I miss exploring nature.Loading...ReplyThis is a very peaceful wilderness. I can see myself meditating here.Loading...ReplySo sad to see that some trees have been cut. That can’t be good for the environment!Loading...ReplyThe trees are truly massive. I’ve never seen trees this big before.Loading...ReplyThe beauty of this is astounding. What a masterpiece nature is.Loading...ReplyIt’s a lovely shot Thomas. You never disappoint.Loading...ReplyAre these pine trees? They must be given their conical shape.Loading...ReplyThis is a very healthy forest. Sadly not many of them are left on our planet.Loading...ReplyI wish I could live in a place like this. It would help me become one with nature.Loading...ReplyThis photo is moving. I think about what man has done to the environment when I see it.Loading...ReplyThose trees are insanely beautiful. Thanks for sharing the photo.Loading...ReplyI love the wilderness. This one in particular is quite lovely.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to Rae Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.