Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Moss-on-Beech-Trees-in-Kellerwald-Forest-27MZIF3564AK.htmlConceptually similarBeech Trees in Kellerwald ForestGP0STO597Completed★★★★Beech Leaves in Kellerwald ForestGP0STO57VCompleted★★★★Beech Leaves in Kellerwald ForestGP0STO57WCompleted★★★★★★Moss on Beech Trees in Kellerwald ForestGP0STO594Completed★★★★Moss on Beech Trees in Kellerwald ForestGP0STO595Completed★★★★Beech Trees in Kellerwald ForestGP0STO57ZCompleted★★★★Beech Trees in Kellerwald ForestGP0STO580Completed★★★★Beech Trees in Kellerwald ForestGP0STO584Completed★★★★Beech Trees in Kellerwald ForestGP0STO585Completed★★★★View AllGP0STO596Moss on Beech Trees in Kellerwald ForestMoss on old beech trees in the Kellerwald forest, Edersee, in the German state of Hesse. Deciduous forests, as a CO2 sink, are of importance for the climate and provide home to numerous animal and plant species.In original language:Moos auf BuchenMoos auf alten Buchen im Nationalpark Kellerwald - Edersee. Hagenstein bei Kirchlotheim, Hessen.Locations:Europe-Germany-HesseDate:25 Oct, 2013Credit:© Michael Löwa / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4252px X 2835pxKeywords:Autumn-Beech trees-Day-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-KWCI (GPI)-Leaves-Moss (plant)-Nature-Outdoors-Trees-WoodlandShoot:Beech Trees in Kellerwald ForestDocumenation of beech trees in the Kellerwald forest near the Edersee in the western part of northern Hesse, Germany, during the autumn season. Old beech trees are ecologically of special value. Deciduous forests, as a CO2 sink, are of importance for the climate and provide home to numerous animal and plant species.