Mangroves at the Baltic Sea?
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No, these are the dead trees that stand on Holnis on the banks of the little Noor. It was not until 2002 that the Noor, which had long been used as pasture land, was flooded again. This caused some of the trees on its south-eastern side to sink into the water and wither away. In the evening hours, when the sun is low in the west, the bare tree trunks glow so that at first sight it always looks like a mangrove forest — at least that’s my impression.

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  1. Volquardsen
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    Hallo Marc,
    Du hast sooo schöne Fotos in Holnis gemacht!!!
    Roswitha

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