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Festival of sandy sculptures of 2008
Latvia

2th International festival of sandy sculptures „Summer signs 2008", which was conducted in Jelgava.

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Igors Jefimovs
Duke Jacob Square
Igors Jefimovs
St. Trinity Church Tower, Jelgava, Latvia
Uldis Bardins
On the bridge over Driksa river in Jelgava
Igors Jefimovs
River Driksa new embankment and hanging Mitavas bridge
Igors Jefimovs
Raiņa park
Igors Jefimovs
Mītavas bridge at night
Igors Jefimovs
G.Eliass History and art museum and Akademijas street
Uldis Bardins
Jelgava Palace Park (1)
Igors Jefimovs
Jelgava view from Pils island (Pils sala)
Igors Jefimovs
Jelgava view from Pils island (Pils sala)
Igors Jefimovs
Ozolskvers and Liela street
Uldis Bardins
Jelgava Palace Park
Eugen Festeu
Turda salt mine from above
John Roberts
Northern Arm, Lake Powell, Hite, Utah, USA
鼎典全景,Ding code panorama,
长春朝阳公园----望湖亭东侧林荫道,Changchun chaoyang park
Tanja Barnes
Salvation Mountain, Niland California
Tomasz Makarewicz
Peak Charles - the Cave
John Roberts
La Boca Arch, Dome Plateau, Moab, Utah, USA
Mark Weber
Upper Antelope Canyon
Mario Gaetano Brucculeri
Blossom Horses
John Roberts
Hickman Natural Bridge, Capitol Reef National Park, Torrey, Utah, USA
Thomas Schubert
Emmauskirche in Dresden-Kaditz, Germany - Spiral Staircase
Henk-Jan de Jong
Teylers Museum, Haarlem. The Second Fossil Room
Sven Fennema
Abandoned Powerplant - Cathedral of rust
Dashkov Vladimir
archaeological remains in Sochi
Dashkov Vladimir
N.Ostrovskomu's monument
Dashkov Vladimir
Left Cube Equi
Владимир Дашков
Waiting hall
Dashkov Vladimir
Yacht "Pelorus" moored in the port of Riga.
Dashkov Vladimir
Tower with hours
Dashkov Vladimir
Footbridge
Dashkov Vladimir
Stone monument to heroes of the Second World War
Dashkov Vladimir
Music hall "Festival"
Dashkov Vladimir
Embankment Sochi river
Dashkov Vladimir
Elizabeth Street
Dashkov Vladimir
Picnic on road shoulder
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