I grew up in a mostly man-made environment, The Netherlands. The country is well known for its advanced human intervention landscape development, from dams that helps block one third of the country’s lowest grounds from getting swallowed by the oceans to the world’s largest reclaimed artificial island. As I grew up I became more appalled with how very little I knew about my homeland’s original nature. That’s where I became interested in learning more about the world’s remaining primary landscapes, such as the forests and the oceans. Unfortunately, these areas are rapidly disappearing.