»On the Lüneburg Heath / I rose and I went down.«
“If novelist and journalist Claus-Peter Lieckfeld can do anything, it’s capture his own passion for nature on paper. And he does it in such a way that you’d love to run off right away and roam through sparse pine forests and vast heath landscapes and observe the local wildlife.”Wochenblatt
European Essays on Nature and Landscape
Hardcover, 136 pages, 14.3 x 21 cm, with some four-color illustrations, 20,00 € (D)
WG 1 981
Published March 2023
Claus-Peter Lieckfeld has lived on the Ammersee for a long time; he moved to southern Germany when he founded the magazine “Natur” with Horst Stern. But he comes from the HEIDE, in his case from the Lüneburg Heath in the North. This is where he grew up, this is where he got to know plants and animals, this is where he protested against water extraction by the nearby city of Hamburg. HEIDE is his base. He knows almost everything about it. He tells us about a landscape that still defines him today.