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Elgin Valley
Greater Cape Town

View over the Elgin Valley from the vineyards at Oak Valley. A big portion of the Elgin Valley can be seen from here including Grabouw that is just barely visible in the mist.

Copyright: Rudolph thomas
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Uploaded: 14/03/2012
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Tags: elgin valley; oak valley; grabouw; western cape; south africa
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