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Bournemouth Pier
England

The beautiful art deco pier was demolished and replaced with this modern edifice. It is nice that Bournemouth has a pier as most of the seaside town's piers have been burnt down and not been replaced. The sun was very bright this day and was fairly low in the sky, as usual I was late taking this photograph.

Copyright: Sophie Morse
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9000x4500
Taken: 10/04/2011
Subida: 22/07/2011
Actualizado: 20/10/2014
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Tags: pier; sun; sea; beach
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