Rivers Bend
This is what I call Rivers Bend on the Upper Farmington River between Riverton and Pleasant Valley Connecticut
Copyright: Richard English
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上传: 01/03/2011
更新: 07/05/2014


Tags: river; barkhamsted; connecticut; reflection; foliage
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