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River Ouse - Boat Trip
England

Me and a couple of friends hired a rowing boat out one saturday evening and took it for a spin down the river. Taking this shot was rather difficult becuase the boat moved quite a lot as I rotated around. Luckily I didnt end up in the water.

Copyright: Rob Antill
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Resolution: 10400x5200
Uploaded: 24/10/2011
Updated: 15/10/2014
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Tags: boat; bedford; ouse; rive; rowing; bridge; water; wooden
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