Traunsee, Traunstein und schlafende Griechin vom Landesteg Hois‘n aus gesehen
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Sebastian Bauer
Traunsee mit Traunstein und Schlafende Griechin vom Landesteg Hois‘n aus gesehen mit Besuchern
Michael Fruehmann
Gruenberg Gmunden - Fall/Winter November 2011
Gerhard Fischer
Traunsee und Schloß Orth, Gmunden
Michael Fruehmann
Katzenstein, near Traunstein (Gmunden)
Roberto Scavino
Schloss Ort, the wooden bridge between Landschloss and Seeschloss
Bernhard Vogl
Ort Castle by night
Wolfgang Stich
Schloss Ort, Gmunden, 2005
Amir Nayebhashem
Gmunden Seeschlossort
Roberto Scavino
Seeschloss Ort, view of Traunsee
Amir Nayebhashem
Gmunden Esplanade7
Mischa Reisinger
Beach called the Seebahnhof in Gmunden Austria at Lake Traunsee
Mischa Reisinger
High School in Austria a former Castle at lake Traunsee
Michael Pop
On top of a turkish cargoship
Cap Canaille 3
Marco Calado
Torre de São Lourenço
Stefan Geens
Wadi Daerhu from on high, Socotra, Yemen
George Ng
Paramotor@Pulau Indah
Geoff Mather
The Weir Rustic Hut
Carlos Chegado
Ferrera Beach Apartments Mallorca Swimming Pool at Sunset
Marco Calado
Pátio Dom Fradique
dieter kik
Mont Saint Michel Finistere France
Tariana Mara
Sao Paulo, Brazil
George Ng
Cruising on Putrajaya Lake
Robert Mročka
Babi Hora(1725 m.n.m.) - vyhled
Sebastian Bauer
Reformierte Kirche Baden am 5. Juni 2014
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Deriner Dam downstream right Bank View on 8 April 2012 with 8 Orifices spilling and upstream Water Level at 237.98 masl and Photographer
Sebastian Bauer
Deriner Dam right Bank Upstream View on 22 February 2012
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Deriner Dam Gallery G7 Left Balcony on 19 May 2012 with upstream Water Level at 239.88 masl and Photographer
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Berta Viaduct 21 August 2011
Sebastian Bauer
Berta Viaduct and old Bridge during Impounding on 4 August 2012 with Lake Water Level at 285.10 masl and Photographer
Sebastian Bauer
Deriner Dam downstream Left Bank View on 2 March 2012 with Reservoir Level at 224.54 masl
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Deriner Dam Upstream View on 22 February 2012
Sebastian Bauer
Deriner Dam downstream right Bank View on 14 June 2012 with Orifice Spillways 1R and +1L open next to Diversion Tunnel Outlet and Lake Water Level at 256.59 masl with Photographer
Sebastian Bauer
Deriner Dam View from upstream in the empty Deriner Reservoir on 22 February 2012
Sebastian Bauer
Villa Bauer von der Au aus gesehen am 23. Februar 2014
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