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London. Kew Garden At Sunset
England

Тихий вечер в Лондонском ботаническом саду Кью-Гарден. На лугу посется стадо упитанных гусей размером с нашего поросенка, «подстригая» растительность до идеального газона. :)

Copyright: Victor orlovsky
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Uploaded: 22/09/2012
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Tags: londen; kew garden; sunset; hdr; autumn
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