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Jeffrey's visit 2 Aldeia do Mato
Portugal
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Uploaded: 09/10/2011
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Jeffrey Martin
Snack Bar on Castelo do Bode Lake
Jeffrey Martin
Snack bar on Castelo do Bode Lake
Jeffrey Martin
Speeding down the Castelo do Bode lake in Sotero's boat
Jeffrey Martin
Swimming on a little beach in Castelo do Bode Lake
Jeffrey Martin
Swimming on a little beach in Castelo do Bode Lake 2
Sotero Ferreira
Jeffrey's visit 1 Castelo de Bode
Jeffrey Martin
Launching the boat in Castelo do Bode lake
Jeffrey Martin
Launching the boat in Castelo do Bode lake 2
Sotero Ferreira
Barreiras - Ilha do Lombo - Albufeira do Castelo do Bode
Sotero Ferreira
home sweet Autumn
Jeffrey Martin
Listening to Club Italiano at Sotero's house
Jeffrey Martin
Listening to Pink Floyd at Sotero's house
Scott Harper
Eagle River below Rapids Camp at ERNC
Willy Kaemena
Hamburg Central Station (2012) HBF
Ursula & David Molenda
Borobudur
Sergey Kalinin
draw-well
Sergey Kalinin
Home of the pioneers
Rafał Kobyliński
Lubelskie Klasyki Nocą Fiat 125
Ursula & David Molenda
Mt Bromo (viewpoint 1)
Juan Pablo
Quebradas de las conchas cafayate geomit 1
Rafał Kobyliński
Ruins of a castle in Olsztyn
Marko Dronjaks
Castle Acre Priory 1090 (Prior's Bedchamber)
Ursula & David Molenda
Borobudur (4)
Timo Steinbach
Feld
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Aldeias de Xisto Fajão 1
Sotero Ferreira
Jardim do Castelo de Abrantes
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Claustro Principal 1 -Tomar
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Mercado da Figueira da Foz
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Monastary of Alcobaça
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Levada de Tomar - Lagares D´El Rei
Sotero Ferreira
Vale Glaciar -Unhais da Serra - Serra da Estrela
Sotero Ferreira
Aldeias de xisto Fajão
Sotero Ferreira
II Festival de Estátuas Vivas Tomar -Padeira de Aljubarrota
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Açude e Ponte Velha de Tomar
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Palmela 2011 IVRPA Exibition at Palmela Castle
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II Festival de Estátuas Vivas Tomar -Regicídio
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