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Chemin vers le massif de l'étale, La Clusaz
France
Copyright: Romain Calvetti
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Tags: montagne; ski; neige; foret; nature; exterieur; soleil; hiver; la clusaz; france; mountains; snow; forest; outdoors; sun; winter
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