I suppose, but even then you'd still come into contact with outsiders several times a day. I take it you're an outcast, Lea? (why else would you have said that)
I'm guessing people at least attempt to talk to you daily (unless you look like medusa :p), thus you wouldn't feel so isolated (compared to living in rural mid-western United Sates).
I'm in disbelief. And to think most metropolitan areas are more populated than that! Wow...
Although, I did grew up in North-central New Jersey, perhaps the most densely populated state in the US, and I enjoyed the time I spent there. So maybe that kind of cluster isn't so bad, right? I mean, one certainly wouldn't feel lonely in your setting.
Oh. Actually, I shouldn't be that surprised. I live only four miles away from the most visited state park in Wisconsin; Devil's Lake. But luckily there are a number of less visited nature preserves in my county. By the way, I'm guessing the Netherland's population density is extremely high. Am I right?
Lea Nikkaya wrote:
Haha, thank you. Yes, I love nature photography. Don't get to do it all that often though, nature around here isn't very pretty (all cultivated and urbanized), and it rains too much.
Ah, very cool. My length of nature photography is when my Ipod is close at hand, but mine would probably pale in comparison to a real camera. lol
PS: Do like my two Bryce pics that I posted? Sorry the image tags are bit messy. I didn't realize they would do that, but oh well