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morning in deep autumn
Russia

дамба с трубами по дороге на чапаевку, летом здесь довольно многолюдно.

где-то здесь Саратовский канал плавно перетекает в речку Малый Узень

Copyright: Константин Клюшин
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Tags: sunrise; sunset; canal; dam; sky; clouds; fishing; autumn; nature
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