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On a dike between a rapeseed and a gas field
Netherlands

Wide landscapes filled with contrasting colours, a heaven for bees. Besides rapeseed, natural gas has been one of the most valuable resources here for the last 40 years. Photo's taken on may 25, 2010.

Copyright: Jan mulder
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Uploaded: 05/06/2010
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