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The Sandy Beach on Bear Lake in Killarney Provincial Park, Ontario Canada
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This panoramic image was taken in July 2011 and showcases the isolation of a beautiful little sandy beach on Bear Lake in the North section of the newly expanded Killarney Provincial Park.

Copyright: Richard D. Stack
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Загружена: 16/08/2011
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Tags: winderness; killarney provincial park; ontario; canada; hunting; fishing; camping; photography
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