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Много хороших фотографий которые заставляют задуматься о смысле жизни и нашем предназначении в этом мире.

Хорошие кадры забытых окраин.

yes Poly lots of scenery in the Okanagan

thanks for the Like Filip

Hi Poly thanks for the critique. Just a mild day that day. For warmer conditions we would head south to Whitehorse, Yukon - nicknamed "the tropics".

Thanks you Polytropos and Nancy. I enjoy watching these birds.

Thank you. It is a very interesting area. One of the rainiest areas in the United States. Best regards, Larry

It is just one tree. On redcedar, some bark may die and other parts continue to grow

Great to know you like it MKrawczyk

regards from Sonja

Wunderbare Komposition! L&F! Beste Grüße, Georg

Grazie a te Andrea.

Ciao Sandro & Cristina



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