Autumn Sunset at the Forest
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Panoramic photo by Branimir Minkov Taken 18:48, 06/10/2012 (EEST +0300) - Views loading...

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Autumn Sunset at the Forest

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The sunset "burning" tree narrates the story of the beginning of the autumn. The nearby village is preparing for its sleep and makes the moment so special to contemplate. Made by LazyWeaver

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