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Sunset glow on Niseko Bridge
Hokkaido

Beautiful summers day from Niseko Bridge. I was on my way to the local Niseko Shrine festival ( i'll publish a pano taken there soon !) and stopped to check out this view....it was pretty sweet.

Copyright: Glen Claydon
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Uploaded: 25/11/2009
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Tags: niseko; town; bridge; outdoors; hokkaido; japan
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