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Porthleven Pier
England

Taken in Cornwall on a pier in Porthleven.  Again, another incredibly windy day, really knocking the tripod around and stinging the ears!

Copyright: Johnny Pope
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Uploaded: 21/11/2009
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Tags: cornwall; porthleven; pier; sea
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