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Niseko Kabayama River Bank
Hokkaido

Early spring in Niseko and the snow is gleaming after a long day of sunshine, even Mt Yotei is glistening in late afternoon light.

The Annupuri range and has already slipped into shadow and the day is almost over....spring beckons

Copyright: Glen claydon
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Uploaded: 15/04/2010
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: niseko; farming; yotei
  • Juvenil de oliveira lima 8 months ago
    Parabens amigo! pelo seu trabalho e muito maravilhos. forte abraço do Brasil.
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