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Stanciova 10 09 2011 Permaculture Garden
Banat

Being the birthday of Teo, I took the opportunity to take the pictures for this panoramas at a happy meeting of the permaculture group of Stanciova.

The group consists of some beautiful people who are promoting this natural agriculture.


We had a wonderful time and I hope with all my heart their work to be promoted.


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