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Between the sea and the forest
Estonia

This is where pine forest ends and beach and sandtunes begin. Wether you want to pick berries or mushrooms or chill on the warm sand - this is the right place. Right behind first dune whispers the sea. Great place for hiking and camping.

Copyright: Kristo rihm
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Uploaded: 12/09/2011
Updated: 20/08/2014
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Tags: estonia; nova; coast; beach; sand; dunes; whispering sands; pine forest; mushrooms; berries; hiking; camping; retreat; sea; clouds; wind
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