New Zealand

My recent 2-week visit to the North Island of New Zealand (areas around Rotorua and New Plymouth) provided an opportunity to observe the lush spring landscape with its huge variety of flora. I soon realized that New Zealand's flora exhibits a lot of imported species in the natural environment. Its many parks and green areas with superb walkways abound in cultivated imported species. My observations included both natural and cultivated. The experience taught me about the pervasiveness of non-indigenous species and the extra preciousness of truly indigenous species. All were truly beautiful and awe-inspiring, but indigenousness heightens the beauty.

Anotado por canyonbill canyonbill, noviembre 08, viernes 19:48

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