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Some old Common beech (Fagus sylvatica) trees that were too big to be transported out of the forest by horse when the area was clear cut before and after WW II. Bieszczady National Park. Bukowiec, Poland.
- Florian Möllers / Wild Wonders of Europe, +46-8-583 518 31, firstname.lastname@example.org www.wild-wonders.com
- Image Size
- 4339x2343 / 9.3MB
- Contained in galleries
- Eastern Carpathians, Poland and Slovakia