Water is life and shapes landscapes
But where does it come from?
AT THE SOURCE
European Essays on Nature and Landscape
Hardcover, ca. 144 Seiten, 14,3 x 21 cm, with photographs and maps, 22,00 € (D)
WG 1 985
Published in March 2024
Springs can be tumble springs, pond springs or seepage springs. Some actually tumble out, others flow quietly, seepage springs tend to be productive wet spots. What they all have in common is that they change the landscape like almost nothing else. There are thousands of springs. Martin Rasper talks about those that become great rivers. And of those that no longer exist. He explains their tremendous significance for us and for the landscape they shape.