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Zeeland - near Westkapelle
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Mike Wösthoff
Am Jossesweg
Mike Feix
Joossesweg Beach
René van Gageldonk
From the series ".....kerke": Boudewijnskerke
René van Gageldonk
From the series "On the edge, dunes and dykes": on top of the dunes
René van Gageldonk
From the series "On the edge, dunes and dykes": Dyke of Zoutelande
René van Gageldonk
From the series ".....kerke": st Janskerke
René van Gageldonk
From the series "Bunkers-Atlantikwall on Walcheren": Bunker in Zoutelande
René van Gageldonk
From the series "Bunkers-Atlantikwall on Walcheren": bunker on the inside 1
René van Gageldonk
From the series "Bunkers-Atlantikwall on Walcheren": bunker on the inside 2
René van Gageldonk
From the series "On the edge, dunes and dykes": Zeelands highest dunes 9
Matt Nolan
The last of the drilling is complete (31 May 08 16:56)
Matt Nolan
Drilling ice cores in the midnight sun (15 May 08 03:13)
Paul Miller
Bellver Castle Courtyard
Richard Chesher
Cascade de la Riviere du Kaoris, Prony New Caledonia
Emile Duijker
steam engine museum in Medemblik
Alessandro Ugazio
Piazza Solferino, Fontana Angelica
Bill Bailey
Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve
Matt Nolan
Extracting ice cores from McCall Glacier (03 May 08 19:01)
Marcin Klaban
Gdansk Mariacka street
Matt Nolan
Early morning fog on McCall Glacier (11 June 08 06:41)
Mike Wösthoff
Schloss Vornholz - Ostenfelde
Mike Wösthoff
Stavernbusch
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Stavernbusch Spielplatz
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Sportpark-Stavernbusch
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Mühle
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In Veere
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Schloss Vornholz 2 - Ostenfelde
Mike Wösthoff
Zeeland - near Westkapelle
Mike Wösthoff
St. Ludgerus - Die Kirche
Mike Wösthoff
Port of Veere
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