Photographer's Note

The forest on the Czarna Gora (Black Mountain; alt: 1207m) slopes disappeared around 20 years ago. Only the summit of the mountain has health trees.
In this place, we might see a layered but invisible structure of our Earth's atmosphere. The lower layer of the air had a long lasted high concentration of the sulfur dioxide (SO2). Brown coal power plants located 160-140 km away was the source of this pollutant.

Masyw Śnieżnika (Snieznik Massif).
Śnieżnicki Park Krajobrazowy (Snieznik Mountains Landscape Park).

More in:
- Pl (2004-01-24) Hiking from Mt Czarna Gora to Zmijowa Polana.
- Pl (2007-08-12) Hiking from Czarna Gora via Snieznik, Kletno to Sienna.

References - internet:

References - maps:
(2-1) Szlaki turystyczne Masywu Śnieżnika.; 1:40000; Publishing house PLAN, (2008) 1th edition; ISBN 978-8-36109277-3;,
(2-2) Masyw Śnieżnika, Góry Bialskie, Góry Złote, Krowiarki.; 1:40000; Publishing house PLAN, (2008) 3th edition; ISBN 978-8-xxxxxxxx-x;,
(2-3) Snieznik Landscape Park.; JPG file; website - Dolnośląski Zespół Parków Krajobrazowych;

References - literature:
(3-1) The Rough Guide to Poland.; Jonathan Bousfield, Mark Salter; page 528; Rough Guides Ltd., (July 2009) 7th edition; ISBN 978-1-84836064-8;

English: Śnieżnik Massif (Snow-Mountain Massif) or Śnieżnik Mountains,
Polish: Masyw Śnieżnika,
Czech: Králický Sněžník.

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