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south end of Mattmark Reservoir
Italy

having arrived at Mattmark bus stop a while ago, I've made my way to the south end of the reservoir. Time for the first panorama of this trip - looking ahead towards Monte Moro pass, where I'm going, and back to the reservoir.

Copyright: Kay F. Jahnke
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Tags: reservoir; outdoors; alps; summer; switzerland
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