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11 The Largest Swamp in Europe; Part Two

The Largest Swamp in Europe; Part Two

Posted on July 21, 2010 by team


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You have probably already seen the post about Polystovo-Lovatskaya swamp system and got acquainted with its history. So, now it’s high time to get to know all inhabitants of this miraculous place a bit closer.

In the spring all everything around the place is covered with primroses. At the moment wood anemone is abloom.

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11 Responses to “The Largest Swamp in Europe; Part Two”

  1. IceShadow says:

    First :D Why is everybody say “first” when they first comment??

  2. Chico says:

    Nice. There might be some wild weed to smoke there ?
    I like.

  3. flopka says:

    thank you…

    when I was a teenager during the end of the cold war I always wondered what Russian countryside looked like. I thought that if they just made a film showing Russian natural world and American natural world next to each other it would be good for world peace :-) now we are seeing these scenes.

  4. Testicules says:

    Flopka, that is the dumbest thing I have ever heard. Replace the words “natural world” and “countryside” with the word “hotties” and then it makes sense.

  5. Rattata says:

    Word of the day: abloom ;)

    Love the pics and love the site. Thanks ER.

  6. Cdady says:

    Beautiful Photos.

  7. Kalasnokov says:

    Guys, that’s untouched nature. That’s real life in the wild areas… I’m sure these are in America too…. I lived in contryside when I was child for 7 years… and I will always love this type of landscapes.

  8. So beautiful. Thanks for posting them.

    Soendoro Soetanto

  9. muzzer says:

    lovely photo`s.

  10. mukmika says:

    Wonderful photography. This would certainly do justice to any National Geographic article, by that I mean it’s as good or better.

  11. Ugly American says:

    I’m curious. What’s the top predator there?

    In the US the swamps are full of alligators and poison snakes.

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