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Penedo Durao belvedere
Portugal

Penedo Durao belvedere. A high slope where you can see griffins, vultures, other scavenger, and birds of prey like peregrine falcons. (The griffins are overlaps of other photographs (taken in the same place and same time, but with another lens) 

Copyright: Manuel teles
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