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West Coast College Grassy Patch
Australia
These gardens are made for the students on campus to relax in when they have lunch or study etc. So I found a nice patch of grass surrounded by water and trees and thought it was a really nice setting for some relaxation.
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Tags: tafe; garden; river; stream; water; grass; public; quiet; australia; perth; joondalup
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