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The American River, near Sunrise and the Pedestrian Bridge
California

This was taken near the pedestrian bridge over the American River near Sunrise Boulevard.  The sun was low, and the light was nice.

Copyright: Joe Griffin
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Загружена: 20/05/2012
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Tags: sunrise; pedestrian; bridge; american; river; american river; sacramento; rancho cordova; beach; evening; afteroon
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