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Ceske Svycarsko - Varhany Icefall
Czech Republic

View from inside a small overhang behind the icefall called Pipe Organ in National Park České Švýcarsko. Icefalls like this one form regularly in this area, every winter they are a bit different than the other.

Copyright: Tomas kysela
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Resolution: 9508x4754
Subida: 26/02/2013
Actualizado: 07/04/2014
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Tags: icefall; icicle; ice; overhang; sandstone; hdr; green; yellow; moss; snow; wood; spruce; pine; forest; czech; switzerland; republic; pipe organ; organ; cave; europe
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