1311-662 - The historic Walker Charcoal Kiln, dating from the late 1880s used to turn oak wood into charcoal for silver smelters, Prescott National Forest, just south of Prescott, Arizona, United States of America, North America
860-288795 - Black pigs in dehesa in Estramadura, Spain. A dehesa is an agro-sylvo-pastoral mode of cultivation formed by a sparse undergrowth grazing where pigs or sheep graze freely and where green or cork oaks grow, cut and exploited. This very old system persists in the poor and dry areas of the Mediterranean basin and covers several million hectares in the Iberian Peninsula.
832-387658 - Cultural landscape in spring, solitary oak (Quercus robur) in blooming Rape field (Brassica napus), peace oak, planted in 1871 after the Franco-Prussian War, blue sky, Hombressen, Hesse, Germany, Europe