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Christos Tsekas
Πέτρινο Δάσος-Ζαγοροχώρια #3
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Inside Stone Forest (Petrino Dasos) Zagoria Greece
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Vikos Gorge Spitakia Edge View
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Rizareio Exhibition Center
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Spitakia Vikos Canyon Monodendri
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Vikos Gorge
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Agia Paraskeui Vikos Gorge
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Monodendri
Costas Vassis
People in stone Exhibition
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Monodendri Square Zagoria Greece
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Agia Paraskevi, Vikos Gorge view
Özgür Örsoğlu
Anıtkabir
Bernd Kronmueller
Menai Bridge at low tide with iced rocks and algae
Marin Giurgiu
„Maria Filotti” Theatre, view from stage, Braila, Romania
Thomas Schubert
Cold winter morning at Grosser Teich lake, Ilmenau, Germany
Stephan Messner
Bridge over river Mulde in "Amerkia" near Penig / Saxony/ Germany
Mark de Graaf
The Pinacles Western Australia
rosspisvena
FISAA 2011
Rogério Isidorio
Praia de Piuma durante a baixamar.
Volodymyr Shostak ( dailylviv.com )
Reunion Day Ukraine. 22.01.2011. Lviv
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Carolabrücke Dresden
Stephan Messner
cold night
Jan Koehn
New Bridge - 2
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Bridge in National Garden-3D
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Ποταμός Καλαμάς-Ηπειρος
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Keratsini port #2
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Άγιος Μηνάς-Κοκκινολιθάρι-Μουργκάνα
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Aγιος Νικόλαος-Καρπενήσι
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Storm...
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The Hungarian Parliament in the evening #2
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Γέφυρα ποταμού Καλαμά στη Βροσίνα
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Abandoned Seaside Chapel
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Πέτρινο Δάσος-Ζαγοροχώρια #3
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