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Verena Valley
Switzerland

Verena Valley in autumn 2011. I rushed up a slope to catch the last glance of sun for the day when I found this beautiful spot.

Copyright: Dimitri gerster
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Uploadet: 13/11/2011
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Tags: schweiz; suisse; switzerland; solothurn; verenaschlucht; herbst; autumn; blätter; leaves; feuilles; verena schlucht
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