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Bulgaria. Sunset In The Forest #02
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Болгария. Дорога на Велинград через озеро Батак. Недалеко от озера обнаружили в лесу огромную цветущую поляну (здесь лишь малая ее часть)... ну и встретили тут закат :)

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Uploaded: 04/09/2012
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