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Ripna Bay Night Scene
Croatia

The panorama was taken in Ripna Bay a few days after Midsummer. The spectacular Milky Way has just risen above the pine trees spanning from the see to the mid of the little walley heading north and into the island of Korcula.

Copyright: Domokos molnár
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Uploaded: 05/07/2014
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