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Wells next the Sea - Beach
England

Wells next the Sea, on the beach by the beach huts, January 2nd 2012.  It's a Bank holiday Monday and quite busy.  The tide is out, a long way out.

Copyright: Peter Holland
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Uploaded: 03/01/2012
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