Glimpses of man and nature The pictures in this story are made in Alaska, Canada, USA, Mexico, Belize and Nicaragua. They represent the interaction between nature and man in various aspects of the existence. The coast of the Arctic Ocean, city of Dead Horse, Alaska. The oil extraction has taken over this part of the world. This is the biggest oilfield in North America with extraction of 25 billion barrels oil. Jack from Wiseman city/town in Alaska, a few hundred miles from ……. Jack is living in old cabin of 20 square meters, once inhabited by gold miners. Currently he is working with a group of researchers who are studying the Rabbit population in the region. His dream is to build his own cabin one day. Most of the time, he gets everything he needs from the surrounding nature. The highway to Alaska. The steps of the bison could be heard from far away. The facility HAARP in Gakona, Alaska. Created to explore phenomena in the Stratosphere, HAARP is connected to conspiracy theories for climate control, as a cause of natural cataclysms and as a tool to control the human consciousness. A man is watching rodeo in Bryce Canyon, Utah, USA. In Salt Lake is living the self-taught painter and sculptоr Ralphy. In his own words he is making “religious art” and through his creations he explains misinterpreted things from the Bible. Currently he is working in his studio which serves as a church and a school as well. He explains that people misunderstand the meaning of the Satan. In Tule, Mexico a 2000 year old giant is living. When a man enters the crown of this tree the climate changes and dew rains. Years ago a local businessman wanted to cut the tree for its wood, but the local residents stopped the woodcutters. Now a church is build next to the tree. The size of the pyramids in Teotihuacan in Mexico is colossal and for a man it’s hard to imagine that the ancient people, who lived on this lands, were capable of building a complex of such large scale. A storm in Hipkins village in Belize. A local resident of Hipkins village in Belize plays traditional rhythms called “Punta". Almost entering a trance state he is telling in his songs about his ancestors and the lost values of people A guard in a supermarket in El Salvador in San Salvador. The volcano Cerro Negro in Nicaragua. Local people lead tourists that slid with sleighs on the black ashes of the active volcano. “We found a way to make money using our natural resources without destroying them” says one of the volcano’s guides.