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Junction to the pool
Indonesia
As we don't have a swimming pool at our home, we go regularly with our 3 year old son to one of the pools of hotels here in Sanur, Bali. Recently, on a sunday afternoon, we passed this junction on the way to a pool at the beach and the time and place looked interesting to shoot a panorama.
Copyright: Marco waagmeester
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Uploaded: 17/06/2010
Updated: 26/08/2014
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Tags: junction; hotel; statue; tree; bali; indonesia; sanur
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