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Skauge summerhome1
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Klappane skijumping hill
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Ravndalen park
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Cafe Generalen
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Grimsbekken (Grims stream)
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Ravndalen
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Sound of Happiness festival 2011
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Sound of Happiness festival 2011
Bane Obradović
Serbian Orthodox Church in Kristiansand (Св. Димитрије Солунски)
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Stampa winter 02
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Stampa winter 1
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Sprayboks wall painting
Alexander Ruttgers
Glacier Point
Jan Dunlop
Sunset at Navutu Stars Resort in the Yasawa Islands
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Neff circosteam
Wolfgang Taubert
Watzmann Southpeak (2712m)
Pascal Moulin
Cour du Musée du Vieux Granville - France
Magnus Andersen
Jutulhogget
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AlpspiX 05
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Stone bridge on the river Dobra
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Castle 'Novigrad na Dobri' - 4
OLIVIER CHARLOIS
Tete du Colonney, 2692 meters
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Thiepval Memorial 11 11 2011 Somme France 7458
Witold Brzeziński
Redenberg
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Rebuilding the old firehouse
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Stampa winter 1
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Wergelandsparken in Kristiansand
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Sprayboks apartment
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Posebyen
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Posebyen winter
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Høllesanden
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Nordberg fort
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Technical Air Force School at Kjevik airport in Kristiansand.
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grimstad domkirke
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Batterie Vara (Møvik fort)
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Eikerapen Roots Festival 2011 5
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