Tunkinskie Goltsy camp
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Tunkinskie Goltsy camp

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Тункинские гольцы. Ночевка на поляне возле подвесного моста через р. Билюты.

  • Wiktor_sh 11 months ago
    Какой бардак. Да ещё летающая верхняя часть тела вносит свою атмосферу в снимок. Да и авторов сразу видно, кто смотри на камеру - те и снимают. :)
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