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This is one in a series of views of different forces of erosion acting on the land near a location in David Thompson Country. Trees and rocks alike participate in natural processes of erosion that sculpt the landscape, taking decades or longer. Then people come along. They drive to the lakeshore, past signs that say “no motorized vehicles”. They cut down trees (dead or alive) with their chainsaws, and the more conscientious pull up rocks to make big fire pits. In the resulting camp fires, they burn anything & everything… except the excess garbage & junk left laying around, which blows or washes into the lake. Erosion. A.k.a. a nice, enjoyable weekend in the wilderness.
Erosion 5, David Thompson Country
Alberta Canada


This is one in a series of views of different forces of erosion acting on the land near a location in David Thompson Country. Trees and rocks alike participate in natural processes of erosion that sculpt the landscape, taking decades or longer. Then people come along. They drive to the lakeshore, past signs that say “no motorized vehicles”. They cut down trees (dead or alive) with their chainsaws, and the more conscientious pull up rocks to make big fire pits. In the resulting...
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