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Private Island Shores on Bear Lake
Canada
This panoramic image was taken in the Fall of 2013 on the shores of a private island on the beautiful Bear Lake. The Fall colors are in full glory on this warm day, with great fishing just below the sparkling water.
Copyright: Richard d. stack
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Uploaded: 01/11/2013
Updated: 17/09/2014
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Tags: camping; fishing; kayaking; wild
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