Sideways forest

August 21, 2007 at 3:02 am Leave a comment

Posted by Ed Maurer:




Sideways forest

Originally uploaded by thegreentax

Ever wonder what an entire forest looks like when it is stacked on it’s side? This photo was taken as I was driving over the international bridge from Sault St. Marie Canada. These trees will be used by the St. Mary’s Paper company for use in magazines and other paper products. Seeing an entire forest laying on it’s side like this really makes you think the next time you hit the print button on your computer. I’m sure this company does it’s share of replanting, but imagine the wildlife that once used these trees for shelter and food. Another reason to reduce, reuse, and recycle.

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