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Uchinskoe vodohranilishe
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Generally it is not necessary to go here, but the pleasant cool of a water basin draws every summer day to itself set of quite legislative citizens Pleasantly to leave a :-)) wood twilight towards to open open space of a water smooth surface and in the spring, inhaling pure wood air and listening to cheerful chirping of birds. Yes, nearly has not forgotten: during photographing one of wood inhabitants has managed to frighten the photographer who has not understood at once that before it only a grass-snake :-))

Copyright: Alexander Glagolev
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Uploaded: 13/04/2010
Actualizat: 28/08/2014
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Tags: nature; lake; forest
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