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Current landscape image, the name of the narrow river t Geleed in Dutch
The anchorage is broadly characterized by an open to semi-open polders, where the canals, dikes (often in combination with roads), rows of trees and waterways are the main structural determinants. Large parts of the polders still exhibit the typical land use related to the physical structure of creek and come back grounds grounds. The original creeks slibten increased by initially sand and clay on top, but by subsidence of the peat in the sealed bowl grounds this former creek channels were put in relief and now form ridges between the surrounding grounds bowl (relief inversion). At the higher and drier land creek back one finds even (especially) on arable land. This also come the scattered and the paths for. The bowl grounds are traditionally grassland (historically permanent grasslands) and exhibit micro relief either natural or caused by excavation (peat digging, from brig king, dams, water management).

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19/02/2015 16:05:01
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EF16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
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