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Revsundssjön
Sweden
Copyright: David Rowley
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Chargée: 16/06/2012
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David Rowley
Grotingen
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Bracke Church Yard
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Bräcke Church
Ingemar Edfalk
Lake Storsjön. The city of Östersund seen from Frösön.
Jarl Rideg
Sunne Church Ruin
Ingemar Edfalk
Old church ruin in Sunne, Sweden.
Stefan Geens
Frösön churchyard headstone
Ingemar Edfalk
View from the tower Stocketitt.
Stefan Zimmerman
Haggsassjon
Stig Nordlander
Interior of the King Chulalongkorn Memorial in Ragunda
Stig Nordlander
King Chulalongkorn Memorial at Ragunda
Stefan Zimmerman
Drommskåran
Uwe Buecher
Piazza del Duomo, San Gimignano
Studio Mambeau - Martijn Baudoin
Kasteel Doorwerth
Ruediger Kottmann
Wank mittelstation wankbahn garmisch partenkirchen germany
Littleplanet.nl - Roelof de Vries
Doing the Dishes
rosspisvena
MAJLIS FALBANNA
Thomas Dideriksen
The Library at Lonesome Cove Resort
Martin Hertel
Polarlights over Lappland
Uwe Buecher
Piazza Grande, Montepulciano
Uwe Buecher
View from Pico do Ferro, São Miguel
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Hau Wong Festival At Night, Tung Chung,(東涌侯王廟.2), Lantau Island
Andrea Biffi
gondole a Venezia
Eric Walker
Rainy Day in Dublin - O'Connell Street
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Mount Angelus Summit
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Milford Sound
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Christ Church Cathedral Nelson
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Clatteringshaws Dam
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Upper Copland Valley
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Murrey Monument
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The Prison Boab Tree
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Driftwood at Mahia Beach
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Karijini - Weano Falls
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Farewell Spit Lighthouse
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Glentrool Radio Mast
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Trephina Gorge
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