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Inside the wood Leurent
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This is a view from inside the wood Leurent in Roncq. The sun gives a nice effect on the leaves. The shot was taken in novembre 2009, in the beginning of the afternoon.

Copyright: Franck Masschelein
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Uploadet: 11/11/2009
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