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The Weir Water Meadows Snow
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NT - The Weir - Water Meadow snow

  A fine white covering of seeds blowing in on the wind give an impression of a light covering of snow in summer

Copyright: Geoff Mather
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Uploaded: 14/07/2009
Updated: 04/07/2014
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