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Sea Eagle Family - Sculpture by Skule Vaksvik at Bankplassen, Bodø, Norway
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Havørnfamilie (Sea Eagle Family) - a Sculpture by Skule Vaksvik at Bankplassen, Bodø, Norway. Photographed in HDR (multiple exposures)
Copyright: Tord Remme
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7238x3619
Subida: 03/04/2012
Actualizado: 17/04/2014
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Tags: sculpture; eagle; town; bodø; norway
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