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Stenåsa Beach
Sweden

Stenåsa camping and bathing.


 Shot this panorama at sun rise early in march. The tide was low so I could walk out on the rocks and get this nice shot of the area.

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Copyright: Jörgen Tannerstedt
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Uploaded: 09/04/2014
Updated: 11/04/2014
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Tags: stenåsa; öland; sweden; schweden; mörbylånga; bathing
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