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Our group at Davos with more people
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As our little group was too small to fill the circle we took some additional persons

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Hans-Dieter Teschner
Our group at Davos
Rico Riedi
Davos See Promenade Mitte
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Davos See Promenade
Rico Riedi
Davos See Hafen
Isabel Marques
Sculptures near the Lake
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In Rixos Parking
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Davos Lake - Another View
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Davos
Rico Riedi
Davos Teich Skulptur
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Davos in Snow Fall
Isabel Marques
Around Davoser Lake near the Bridge
Isabel Marques
Davos Lake
Pietro Madaschi
Mont Blanc - Monte Bianco: Panorama from Helbronner Point
Fedor Prokopov
Near the waterfall "Devichy kosy"
Pietro Madaschi
Bergamo: Angelo Mai Public Library - Biblioteca Civica
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Aosta - Aoste: Roman Theater - Teatre Romaine - Teatro Romano
waka kimizuka
Climbing 600 Steps in Steel Stairway of TokyoTower
Heiner Straesser - derPanoramafotograf.com
Shadow Man, Cappadocia, Turkey
Pietro Madaschi
Milan: Basilica of St Ambrogio - Atrium after sunset
omid jafarnezhad
Nasir Al Mulk Mosque Shiraz
Oliver Guest
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Günther Roth
130201 0076 Panorama Out
Pete Babij
Henry Ford Bridge Demolition
David Rowley
New Chums Beach
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Northeim, Am Muenster
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Hohenloher Freilandmuseum Wackershofen, buildings from middle age
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Albrecht-Goes-Platz/Bubenbad
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Villingen-Schwenningen, source of the Neckar
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Hann Muenden Ziegelstrasse/Tanzwerderstrasse
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Killesber Lichterfest, Parkeingang
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Hann. Muenden, Markt
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Urweltmuseum Aalen entrance
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Mundelsheim, Grossbottwarer Tor
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Esslingen Bahhofstrasse
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Tramway maintenence hall
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Esslingen, Klein Venedig
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