I’ve always been a fan of rainforest photography. The lush, green, and sometimes snowy scenery creates a very special image. I’ve done a lot of rainforest photography in the last few years, and in this post I will break down a few of my favorite types of rainforest photos to share with you.
Many of you are probably familiar with the iconic images of the rain forest in South East Asia, but rainforest photography is just as popular in the rain forest of the Americas, which is sometimes called the rain forest of the Americas. The reasons are obvious. The lush green of the rain forests looks so amazing in landscape photography. It’s a very different way of seeing the world, and it’s easy to get lost in the images.
There are a number of reasons why rain forests are so beautiful. In the United States alone, some 1.5 billion acres of rain forests are being used for timber production. And, it’s not just the rain forests that the U.S. has so much to do with, but the fact that our country’s natural resources are so abundant.
Thats why it’s so important to protect them and the species that call them home. A new study from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) found that rain forests are home to 20% of all the birds, 75% of the mammals, and 15% of the plants that the world needs. And that’s not only the rain forests, but also the forests on the coast and in the Amazon.
The rain forests that are home to these animals, the forests that are the source of those animals, are a precious resource that are being rapidly taken away by deforestation. If you want to preserve these forests, you need to come up with a way to stop the clearing of rain forests and protect the forests that are home to these animals. Even the rain forests in the U.S. have just begun to be protected.
This is a global issue, and its a problem as big as oil reserves. Last year, for the first time in the last 25 years the rain forests that are home to these animals were protected from deforestation. We’re talking forest fires, bulldozers and bulldozers. The rain forest in the Amazon is also threatened, but those rain forests are not yet being protected.
It is amazing to me how easy it is to forget what we humans are doing to these incredible creatures and to forget that they are all suffering. As much as we hate to admit it, we are also hurting those creatures.
The rain forests are a big part of the Amazon, and as a biologist and a conservationist I believe that the Amazon is in trouble and needs the help of the world to save it. The rain forests of my country (Bolivia) are a crucial source of biodiversity for the Amazon, and the rain forest in Bolivia is getting more and more threatened by the growing population of cattle and the industrial extraction of rain forest resources.
If you’re not in charge of things you are in trouble, and I’m not even talking about the destruction that is taking place in the rain forests of my country, or the fact that we are slowly losing what little biodiversity we have left.
The first thing that strikes me when I see photos of rain forests is that, in general, they look dead. The vegetation looks a lot whiter than it does in the city. You can see a lot of insect activity and signs of activity of the jungle animals. But look closer, and you notice that these photos are taken from above. That means that the forest is actually being reduced by the destruction of the ecosystem. The Amazon is not going away.