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Morning mist at Veliki Lubenovac - 2
Croatia

There is somethimg calming in a sight of morning mist covering the valley of 'Veliki Lubenovac' at Northern Velebit, whirling around and slowly rising in the air. I took a moment to meditate with a cup of coffee...

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Uploaded: 05/08/2011
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