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In The Sand At Wimpy Beach
South Africa

Another one from my visit to Wimpy Beach.  This one is just a little further away from the edge of the rocks standing in some sand. 

Copyright: Erik Bjers
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Tags: travel; beach; san; fun; out; sun; waves; water; rocks
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