Bulgaria. Devin. Vaterfall Canyon #2

Эко-тропа "Каньон водопадов" на окраине города Дэвин. Одна из немногих, где не надо карабкаться, взбираться, ползти... просто идешь себе и наслаждаешься... в общем - самое то для ленивых :)

В конце тропы есть ответвление (для неленивых) - можно взобраться на гору и обратный путь (около часа) проделать по верху.

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Copyright: Victor Orlovsky
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Taken: 04/09/2012
Uploaded: 04/09/2012
Updated: 03/09/2014


Tags: bulgaria; devin; vaterfall; canyon; landscape; nature; mountains; hdr
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