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Welcome To Paradise
Austria
Taken in our garden during sunset on a warm summer day in 2012. You can see there some flowers, fruit trees, bushes, the biotope, the hammock and a bit of our house too.
Copyright: René pirker
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Uploaded: 26/07/2012
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