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Gruenberg Gmunden - Fall/Winter November 2011

Late autumn / early winter in Gmunden: Halloween day / All Saints' Day in the mountains, just above fog/clouds on a hiking trail on the way to the peak.

Copyright: Michael fruehmann
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Uploaded: 01/11/2011
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Tags: all saints' day; gruenberg; gmunden; salzkammergut; austria; upper austria; oberösterreich; traunsee; traunstein; herbst; autumn; leaves; fog; nebel
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