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100412 Snow on the lake at Haukeliseter
Norway

I took this panoramic back in 2010, but never got round to stitching it. Haukeliseter is our first stop for snow kiting in the winter. I made a lot of the tracks on the snow the day before. Check out me kiting:

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送信日: 21/01/2013
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