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A walk in the Christchurch Park
England
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late afternoon Christchurch Park - Ipswich Suffolk
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Christchurch Park panorama - 12 march 2014
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A walk in the park - Christchurch
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Christchurch park in autumn
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Christchurck park - Ipswich after the rain
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After the rain in Christchurch park
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the Christchurch park - after the rain
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Christchurch glory after the rain
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