Forest – eternal protection for us.
But who will protect him from us?
© Ingrid Streicher
Lakes, rivers, fields and the forest are parceled out as dead straight,
so that the tourists do not get offended by nature.
© Kurt Haberstich
We think of the forest as something that surrounds forest trails.
© Michael Richter
And even if forest, meadows and fields are hardly suitable playgrounds for ambitious publicists, those who are good at it will find there all the more likely the opportunity to quietly blow their breath a little.
Wilhelm Busch (1832-1908), German draftsman, painter and writer
The forest is a special being, of unlimited kindness and affection, which makes no demands and generously passes on the products of its life’s work; It offers protection to all creatures and provides shade even to the woodcutter who destroys it.
Buddha (560 – 480 BC), also: Siddhartha Gautama (Pali: Siddhattha Gotama), founder of the religion named after him Buddhism
„Art has nothing to do with taste, art is not there to be tasted.“