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Bournemouth Pier from cliff.
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Bournemouth Pier taken in January 2012. Shot from the cliff pathway. Too cold to swim in the sea unless you have a steel nervous system. Or are a die hard wetsuit wearing surfer.

Copyright: Al dunn
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Uploaded: 01/02/2012
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