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Camping Isabena - Pool
Spain

Relaxing on the pool at camping isabena. Made from 40 photos taken with a Olympus TZ 8 Camera! Ok, it's not perfect - but i don't want to buy an expensive rig...

Copyright: Dennis korittke
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Uploaded: 22/09/2012
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