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23 Mai - a crest where I thought of Tibet
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on 22-23-24 may the fotovest had a field day in the Cornereva
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23 Mai 2010 Sunset
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23 May 2010 Path In The Woods
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23 Mai 2010 Crestview
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23 Mai - Sheep wave on the mountains
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C 22 Mai 2010 Cornereva
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D 22 Mai 2010 Cornereva
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forest 22 Mai 2010 Cornereva
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F 22 Mai 2010 Cornereva
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views of the valley 22 Mai 2010 Cornereva
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magnificent landscape 22 Mai 2010 Cornereva
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I 22 Mai 2010 Cornereva
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forest view 22 Mai 2010 Cornereva
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