after the storm #1 © 2019 Robert Blu

LEICA M10

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A few months ago a strong unusual wind storm hit the Alps in Italy. Many forests have been completely destroyed. The wind and a domino effect did it. It is evaluated it will take more than 100 years to let the trees grow.
I was later in one of the least affected areas.

Rated: 10.0 out of 10 (1 Vote)

 

Posted
02-15-19 10:08 AM
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Darthfeeble - Likes this Photo !
02-16-19 7:25 AM - Rated it: 10
It's interesting that the big trees fell and yet the road sign remains.

robert blu
02-16-19 1:18 PM
Thanks for taking time to comment, I think it depends on the wind direction. Big trees have a large area exposed to the wind. And I have been told the was heavy rain for many days before the wind storm: rain made the ground softer and the trees branches heavier, which means less stability. Add to this a domino effect.

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