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Port Geoge Provincial Park Nova Scotia
Canada
Port George Provincial Park is at N44.992435 W65.180855 Between the camera position and the white house in the background, is the 45th parallel. The tide is close to low.
Copyright: Bruce macdonald
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Uploaded: 13/05/2013
Updated: 25/05/2013
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Tags: coast; bay of fundy; nova scotia; provincial park
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