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Loch Leven, Glencoe, Scotland


After a brilliant day with lots of pictures in the box, I had found a great location for sunset. The tide just rose and filled the previously empty spaces between the spongy green islands gradually. Just for color climax of the sunset, which lasts here up north good one and a half hours, then the […]

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