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Fassnidge Park bandstand
England

The bandstand in Fassnidge Park in Uxbridge on an early morning. Very peaceful with the River Frays running in the background if you compare it to the A4020 just running behind it. HDR Pano.

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Uploaded: 03/06/2010
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