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Sand Dunes in Half Moon
Saudi Arabia

Sand Dunes in Half Moon beach, Khobar, Saudi Arabia

Copyright: Full Circle
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Загружена: 17/12/2010
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Tags: beach; sand; dunes; saudi; arabia; dessert; half; moon
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