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Calm waters in Lake Pamvotis
Greece

This panorama was taken during a calm winter afternoon. No wind and no ripples across the Lake surface allow a reflection of the surrounding mountains. People are walking and the sun is about to set.

Copyright: Nikos Maretas
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Resolution: 19492x9746
Uploaded: 08/02/2013
Atualizado: 09/10/2014
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Tags: pamvotis; lake; ioannina; calm waters; greece; reflection.
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