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Czech Republic

Two archers shooting competition with one reflex bow and six superlight carbon arrows (the winner wears a green belt). There is an indian camp in the background.

Copyright: Joseph Svejnoha
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Hochgeladen: 18/07/2011
Aktualisiert: 19/09/2014
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Tags: archery; bow; arrow; indian; native; meadow; forest
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