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Cement Creek Pine Plantation
Victoria
The Cement Creek Pine Plantation was absorbed into a protected park so the trees were never felled. They were allowed to grow and the place has now become a beautiful, impressive, otherworldly and peaceful location.
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Uploaded: 19/08/2014
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Tags: tree; forest; plantation; pine; nature; magical; canopy
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