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small bridge in a lake

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so this location is vey nice sinse its in a sort of island. U have to cross a bridge thrugh a swamp to get here, but once here its very nice beach and a place to stay.

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A: Yellow Forest With A Dog

di mantas talmantas, 110 metri di distanza

Yellow Forest With A Dog

B: in the lake

di mantas talmantas, 300 metri di distanza

So its a shot made in a lake, was quite refreshing and cool to make it :) This one was quite hard to ...

in the lake

C: Milky Lights Two

di mantas talmantas, 300 metri di distanza

So we all know what happens to a milk that you buy in a regular shop. Sooner or later it goes bad. so...

Milky Lights Two

D: Wooden Cabin At Night

di mantas talmantas, 310 metri di distanza

Here is a small house in woods lit by some worm light and a flash light to make some parts of a scene...

Wooden Cabin At Night

E: Mosquito Net

di mantas talmantas, 480 metri di distanza

a princes in a mosquito net

Mosquito Net

F: костел св. Иуды Фаддея. Прывалка.

di Ivan Tsyrkunovich, 11.6 km di distanza

костел св. Иуды Фаддея. Прывалка.

H: Druskeniki Church

di Ivan Tsyrkunovich, 13.6 km di distanza

Druskeniki Church

I: Ночной фотопленер

di Ivan Tsyrkunovich, 19.5 km di distanza

Ночной фотопленер

J: Историческая встреча двух известных гродненских фотографов

di Ivan Tsyrkunovich, 20.1 km di distanza

Эта неожиданная встреча двух(трёх) известных гродненских фотографов Николая Юшевича и Виталия Луки пр...

Историческая встреча двух известных гродненских фотографов

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Text by Steve Smith.

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