Wetland Web of Life

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8 thoughts on “Wetland Web of Life

    1. Thanks, Diana. It was a glorious day when I took these pictures a bit over a month ago. I am glad I saved them. This site tells you so much about the history of the place. Just to sit there looking over the water is very calming! 🙂
      Uta

    1. Yes, Ian, it is being maintained beautifully. I feel so lucky that I was able to take all these shots with my digital camera. I have learned how to crop pictures. But this is about it. I would not know how to do the settings in the camera. All the settings are being done automatically; it’s as simple as this. So even an amateur like me can take some shots for future reference. This I find absolutely marvellous! 🙂
      Uta

    1. You are right, LG. 🙂
      Looking after wetlands in such a beautiful way is quite an achievement.
      It shows what can be done if you are willing to invest in the future.

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