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KrickenbeckerSee1
Germany
On a sunny winter day, a fisherman near Castle Krickenbeck stands for hours in the cold water of the lake.
Copyright: Nick van flunen
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Subida: 05/01/2014
Actualizado: 15/07/2014
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Tags: lake; national park; water; tree; view; fishermen
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