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Vendelso nature reserve
Sweden

Bilden togs under en utflykt med Varbergs Fotoklubb våren 2013. Vendelsö är ett naturreservat med ett vandrarhem och en liten hamn. Båt-taxi finns till ön. Använd utrustning, Nikon D7000 med 8mm Sigma fisheye

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Tags: vendelsö; island; o; vandrarhem; nature; nature reserve
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