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Biogradska Lake Montenegro
Montenegro

View from the jetty at Biogradska lake (and national park Montenegro). Shot June 2012. The park is in the north east of montenegro. Encompassing a lake within an ancient variegated forest. This picture was taken in June 2012 from the jetty looking out over the park. A beautiful place to visit with space for camping and a restaurant

Copyright: Tom Hawksley
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Uploaded: 21/06/2012
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