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Mt Olympus - Prionia Waterfalls - Greece
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12 oclock in the morning we just started the big trip to the top of Olympus mountain. At the beginning of our journey we met lovely waterfalls. Though it was summer, and the water was not raging the place deserved a nice panoramic shot. Wonderful contrast of colors, blue, green and gray!

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