Yellow sands. r.Mologa. p6. After the festival, CHILL OUT PLANET FESTIVAL 2014

C 17 по 20 июля на этих берегах реки Молога проходил фестиваль "CHILL OUT PLANET FESTIVAL 2014". Панорама снята чуть позже, когда почти все участники фестиваля разъехались. Желтые пески. Река Молога, недалеко от деревни Огрызково, Максатихинский район, Тверская область. Для страницы

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