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Nationalpark Schwarzwald [Black Forest National Park]

Art / Photobook
By: Klaus Echle(Author), Joachim Wimmer(Author), Wolfgang Schlund(Foreword By)
160 pages, 150 colour photos
Publisher: Knesebeck Verlag
Nationalpark Schwarzwald [Black Forest National Park]
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Language: German

The Black Forest National Park was established in 2014 in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, as a unique large nature reserve. On more than 10,000 hectares of nature has been granted free reign without correcting interference. But also man can come to rest here and experience the diversity of unspoilt flora and fauna. The two photographers portray the woods, rocky areas, marshes, lakes and streams of the National Park and its unique inhabitants such as pygmy owl, capercaillie, viper and salamander in wonderful and sometimes abstract images.

Summary in German:
Der Nationalpark Schwarzwald wurde 2014 als einzigartiges Großschutzgebiet gegründet. Auf über 10.000 Hektar Fläche soll der Natur ohne korrigierende Eingriffe der Vorrang eingeräumt werden. Doch auch der Mensch kann dort zur Ruhe kommen und die Vielfalt unberührter Flora und Fauna erleben. Die beiden Fotografen porträtieren die Wälder, Felsregionen, Moore, Seen und Bäche des Nationalparks und ihre einzigartigen Bewohner wie Sperlingskauz, Auerhuhn, Kreuzotter oder Feuersalamander in wunderbaren und zuweilen abstrakten Bildern.

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Art / Photobook
By: Klaus Echle(Author), Joachim Wimmer(Author), Wolfgang Schlund(Foreword By)
160 pages, 150 colour photos
Publisher: Knesebeck Verlag
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