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Dunwich beach
England

Sunrise over the North Sea from Dunwich beach in Suffolk.

This deserted stretch of the Suffolk coastline was once the site of a prosperous fishing town.

Copyright: Rod Edwards
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Загружена: 26/04/2010
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Tags: beach; boats; coast; suffolk; shingle; sea; water; nature; outdoors; sunrise; moody; ships; fishing; atmospheric; coastline; national trust; heritage; deserted
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