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Hillcrest Park
Canada

Photography by Patrick Chondon.   Image processing by DigitalProperties.ca

Hillcrest Park overlooking the city.   June in Thunder Bay can still mean no foilage on tree branches.

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Resolution: 9525x4762
Uploaded: 16/01/2009
Atualizado: 07/04/2012
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