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200910201533 Zwerchwand Bad Goisern
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200910201611 Huetteneckalm
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200908311701 Predigstuhl Bad Goisern Monika
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Predigstuhl (1788 m)
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200908311723 Predigstuhl 1278m Gipfelkreuz Monika Bad Goisern
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20090520 Ewige Wand Bei Bad Goisern 01
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200909301635 Hoisnradalm
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20090520 Ewige Wand Bei Bad Goisern 02
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Bad Goisern March 2009
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201002081508 Bad Goisern Sport Lichtenegger Bundesstrasse
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200909251411 Gluecksplatz Rettenbach
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200909251418 Gluecksplatz Rettenbach
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Beijing Capital International Airport
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Grimsel Alpine Power Dam
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Brazilian family
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Winter christening on the river
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The cascade at grimsel lake
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Temperate rainforest Olympic Peninsula, Washington
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Mount Saleve with paragliders
Fariborz Alagheband
Naein Cloak Weaving
Leif Nygaard Eilertsen
Going fishing
Tibor Illes
An enormous storm (tornado) destroyed the sunflower
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Restaurant in Trans-Mongolian Train
Tobias Hahn
Gare de Guillemins
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200910031337 Pfotenhilfe At
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200908071740 Hallstatt Franz Joseph Stollen
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200910031324 Pfotenhilfe At
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200907221841 Bad Ischl Kurpark Dr Wirer Monument
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Rettenbachalm Loipe Start Ziel
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20090520 Ewige Wand Bei Bad Goisern 02
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200907261449 Gosau Gasthof Brandwirt Dachsteinblick
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201205060906 Hallstatt See Obertraun
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Ischl Baumit Fassaden Putze Estriche
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200911151623 Krimml Waterfalls Hohe Tauern
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Amphore bei Bad Mitterndorf
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