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Valdis Salekalns
20111231 Utena 1
Jonas Nosalis
Homestead "Prie Klykio"
Jonas Nosalis
Homestead "Prie Klykio". Lake
Jiri Vambera
Lithuanian Museum of Ethnocosmology
Jiri Vambera
Lithuanian Museum of Ethnocosmology 2
Jiri Vambera
Lithuanian Museum of Ethnocosmology 3
Jiri Vambera
Lithuanian Museum of Ethnocosmology 1
Jonas Nosalis
Aukštaitija National Park. Lake "Almajas"
mantas talmantas
Refreshing pond in Gabrelai village
Jonas Nosalis
Aukštaitija National Park. Ginučiai
mantas talmantas
gabrelai pond 2
mantas talmantas
Užunvėžių holy Mery church.
John Wood
Goodyear ZNPK-28 Blimp Cockpit
Ruediger Kottmann
Paris from the Eiffel Tower
Mark Peterson
View from the Eiffel tower
Willy Kaemena
Rocky Mountaineer - Gold Leaf Service
Mohamed Attef
Inside White Whale Rock - White Desert
Belmando Poll
Kaledos Alytus Skulptura
Andy Bryant
Lac Lerie Plateau Emparis France
Vincent Royer
Marly building, Provincial Ministry of Revenue - Quebec
Littleplanet.nl - Roelof de Vries
De Rotterdam: Panoramic view from the largest building in Europe
dieter kik
Swarm of Bees by the Beehive
Imago Mundi
Library of the Convento de Santo Domingo - Century XVI - Lima - Perú
Willy Kaemena
Las Vegas - 2014
Valdis Salekalns
Flybug & Lip Rise
Valdis Salekalns
Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant /2011/
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20111231 Vilnius 6
Valdis Salekalns
Zarasai, Zarasas Island
Valdis Salekalns
20120111 Daugavpils Teātris
Valdis Salekalns
20120111 Vienibas square
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20111214 Rukisu Maja 3
Valdis Salekalns
20120217 Picnic place
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Latgale Culture and History Museum
Valdis Salekalns
Latgales street, Daugavpils, Latvia
Valdis Salekalns
Latgale Culture and History Museum
Valdis Salekalns
20120130 Near Dinaburg Fortress
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