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Icebergs near Thyholm
Denmark

Severe storm in new years eve has pushed large amounts of ice to the beach near Thyholm. It mounts up to heights some meters. This photo was taken on 2nd of Januray 2011 in nice weather conditions.

Copyright: Stephan Rautenberg
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Uploaded: 10/01/2011
Updated: 25/08/2014
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Tags: winter; ice; iceberg; snow; beach; water
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