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Barro y Ruinas
Spain
El Pantano de Búbal, en el Valle de Tena. Al igual que en la foto anterior, caminé sobre hierba y barro seco hasta llegar a esta ruina de piedra que, en condiciones normales, estaría cubierta por el agua de la presa de Búbal. Lamentablemente, se puede el pantano de Este a Oeste sin mojarse ni un dedo del pie!!
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