Bmono Late March Snow Christchurch Park
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Bmono Late March Snow Christchurch Park

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A: Amono Late March Snow Christchurch Park

by Valentin Arfire, less than 10 meters away

Amono Late March Snow Christchurch Park

B: C Late March Snow Christchurch Park

by Valentin Arfire, less than 10 meters away

C Late March Snow Christchurch Park

C: B Late March Snow Christchurch Park

by Valentin Arfire, less than 10 meters away

B Late March Snow Christchurch Park

D: A Late March Snow Christchurch Park

by Valentin Arfire, less than 10 meters away

A Late March Snow Christchurch Park

E: Cmono Late March Snow Christchurch Park

by Valentin Arfire, less than 10 meters away

Cmono Late March Snow Christchurch Park

F: Ipswich school view from the Christchurch park

by Valentin Arfire, 40 meters away

school view from the Christchurch park

Ipswich school view from the Christchurch park

G: Spring closer to Christchurch park

by Valentin Arfire, 40 meters away

Spring closer to Christchurch park

H: Spring is near in Christchurch park - march 2013

by Valentin Arfire, 40 meters away

Spring is near in Christchurch park

Spring is near in Christchurch park - march 2013

I: Spring is near in Christchurch park - a tribute to Juergen

by Valentin Arfire, 40 meters away

Spring is near in Christchurch parkI was inspired to this by the inspired wonderful work of Juergen S...

Spring is near in Christchurch park - a tribute to Juergen

J: Spring is near in Christchurch park

by Valentin Arfire, 60 meters away

Spring is near in Christchurch park

Spring is near in Christchurch park

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