The Black Forest and the Vosges Mountains are like twins; separated by the Rhine Valley millions of years ago. Today, they form two different habitats: in the Vosges Mountains bright deciduous woodlands prevail. Rare animals like the Lynx roam the forests and storks fly in flocks around the valleys and nest in the towns.
The Black Forest with its coniferous woods and secret animals seems darker, except when thick snow in the winter lights up the mountains with brilliant covers. An emotional portray about land an nature, including also customs and traditions still being performed today.
Work in progress, completion date June 2010.