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Внутри старого заброшенного здания близ хутора на Гвоздевом Яру (с. Новосёловка)
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Well at neglected village Novye Zamniusy.
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Lozovaya. Base-court of Bogodukhov educational-course combine
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Заброды шлюз
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Zabrodi
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Зубов яр. Пруд
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July evening near the village of Repki
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Merchik lake
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Ukrainian Bliss
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Sunshower in Merchik
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Small swamp near the Merchik lake
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Aleksandrovskoe reservoir. View from hill
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Old center of Khrushchevaya Nikitovka
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Mushroom Lake, Sawtooth National Wilderness, Idaho, USA
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From the Little Borus
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Natural Bridge, Death Valley National Park, California, USA
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Bristlecone Pine, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah, USA
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Three Roof Ruin, Escalante Arm, Lake Powell, Utah, USA
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Imperia
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St Katharinen
Jaime Brotons
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Francesco Favalesi
Flooded poplar
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Toolbrunup Peak Stirling Range
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Wilsons Arch, Utah, USA
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Capo Testa, Cala di Mezu
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sunrise over Volovec
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Grotto in the arboretum Neskuchne
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Wild lake
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Sunset on the mountain Babyn Grebin
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Stand with a bench on one of turns of the Vorskla below than Klimentovo
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Tepe-Kermen. One of the upper cave
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608 microregion. Our yard at autumn
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Our summer residence in Cherkasskaya Lozovaya
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Sunrise over the village Mezhyrich
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mangup. the wall
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Meadow on r.Lopushanka overlooking Petros
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View of the Dnieper from the old cemetery
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