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Saskatchewan Landing River Point
Canada

At the tip of land into the South Saskatchewan River.  The water has been low enough to enter onto these rocks that would normally be underwater.

Copyright: Lorne hradecki
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Uploaded: 29/05/2012
Updated: 06/07/2012
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Tags: river; dock; nature; fishing; boating
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