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Pennasenlampi
Finland

This is Pennasenlampi (engl. Pennanen's pond, Pennanen probably being the former property owner). The general area is called Simonsalo (engl. Simo's deep forest, Simo here again being the former property proprietor) which is one of the biggest neighbourhoods of Siilinjärvi with around 700 inhabitants.

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Uploaded: 27/06/2011
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Tags: pond; reflection; summer; houses; water; dusk; nature; outdoors
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