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Dorset. Pool. Shell Bay
England

графство Дорсэт. Закат в дюнах в окрестности городка Пул.

Такие вот болота - типичное место жительства «собаки Баскервиллей» :)

Очень своеобразная уныло-величественная атмосфера. В сотне метров - побережье, а здесь время будто бы остановилось...

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