Illetes, cloudy sunset with fishermen
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Illetes, cloudy sunset with fishermen

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The beach almost doesn't seem to be the same one as summertime...here a panoramic on a cloudy sunday evening on january with some fishermen passing time by.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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