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Sunset puddle at Farndon Fields
England

The afterglow of the sun at twilight is reflected in a large puddle at Fardon Fields, in Market Harborough, England. The fields are currently under development, hence the large areas of mud.

Copyright: Dave kennard
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Uploaded: 13/01/2012
Updated: 01/09/2014
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