Xin zới thiệu quý dộc zã một số sinh vật sinh sống ỡ vùng Tây Bắc Âu Châu không nằm hẵn ỡ Cực Bắc nhưng cũng sém sém ỡ Cực bắc ..dó là Norway ...nên lạnh lẽo lắm.
Tại vùng nầy, một số sinh vật dã dược thiên nhiên tạo ra dễ sống cho fù hợp với môi trường lạnh lẽo hầu như quanh năm...như (tui đặt tên ra) .. kú bắc cực, fượng hoàng duôi trắng, trâu biễn, heo biễn nanh chồn, thiên nga, nai, bò/trâu lông zài, gấu dà, gấu viễn cực, etc ..còn nhiều lắm.
Một diều nữa mà quý dộc zã kũng nên lưu tâm là ..tuy lạnh giá như vậy nhưng một số thực vật vẫn kố bám trụ, sinh sống một kách èo uộc, mỗi khi bị băng zá bao fũ và dông kứng vì vậy các kây nầy kó những hình thù kỳ zị..
Những tãng băng dá zi chuyễn dược/bị gió xoáy ..thành các tác fẫm diêu khắc tuyệt vời nhưng sẽ không kố dịnh và sẽ thay dỗi hình zạng tùy theo sức/chiều zó & tiết dộ..
Majestic marvels of nature: Stunning photographs capture the dramatic landscapes and beautiful animals of Northern Europe
From stunning mountain ranges to vast boreal forests and freeze-thaw tundras to glacial ice worlds, Northern Europe is one of the most spectacular places on earth. British photographer Danny Green's first book 'The Long Journey North' explores these varied and heart-stoppingly beautiful landscapes - along with the creatures that call them home.
This visual exploration of the Arctic and Subarctic regions of Northern Europe has been a labour of love for Danny for the past eight years.
The end result is a collection of images showing some of the most beautiful and iconic species that can be found in this pristine wilderness.
Danny has now gathered all of these images together in a stunning self published 200-page coffee table book, with a foreword by respected BBC wildlife cameraman John Aitchison, who has worked on the likes of David Attenborough's 'Frozen Planet'.
John writes: As a stills photographer some of his [Danny's] problems are different to mine. Capturing movement is one of them. It's easier for me - filming movement is what video cameras do after all - but by freezing an instant in a photograph the inner liveliness of an animal can be destroyed, yet somehow that never happens in Danny's pictures'.
He adds: 'Danny has a wonderful eye. The moments he does choose to freeze are just the right moments: the perfect symmetry of an owl, caught just as it kicks up a random plume of snow, or a puffin dipping one wing on final approach with a precious load of fish'. 'The Long Journey North' comes complete with text and captions by Danny and takes the reader on a visual journey of the Northern parts of Europe. Here a great grey owl glides silently over a snowy landscape in Finland, while in Norway a white tailed sea eagle shows off its phenomenal wingspan.Elsewhere a giant walrus lays beached on the ice while a polar bear shakes itself dry after a freezing dip.
Showing off their hunting skills, in Scotland a puffin comes into land with a beak full of fish, while in Finland a Hawk Owl clutches an unfortunate rodent in its claws.In the book's introduction Danny explains that his 'deep passion and fascination for the north' began as an eight-year-old on a trip with his granddad. He comments: 'I clearly remember watching thousands of wading birds swirling around an estuary as the tide came in.
'He told me that this flock of birds were Knot and explained where they had come from and that they only visit us for the winter months. 'When we got home we looked at the map and I was mesmerised by the huge distances that they travelled.
'I wanted to learn more, not just about these birds but the other species that lived in this Arctic environment. The North has gripped me ever since.'