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Oikeakätinen
Finland

This is the pond Oikeakätinen (engl. "right-handed"), it has quite clear water as you can probably see from the photo.

Copyright: Janne
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Resolution: 11638x5819
Uploaded: 14/05/2011
Updated: 05/09/2014
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Tags: pond; outdoors; reflection; trees
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