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Dorset. Lulworth. Durdle Door Sunset
England

графство Дорсэт. Скальная арка Durdle Door в природном парке Люльворт.

Раскрашенные закатом знаменитые меловые скалы на южном побережье. Когла-то они были дном доисторического моря, а потом дали название и всему Туманному альбиону. «Альба» означает «белый».

Copyright: Victor Orlovsky
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Uploaded: 22/09/2012
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Tags: uk; dorset; lulworth; durdle door; sunset; landscape; hdr; sands; autumn; sea
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