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A photograph of the beautiful Japanese garden in The Hague Netherlands Fuji X-E1  XF 35mm 1.4

Since fall lends itself for beautiful pictures I thought it'd be cool to open an open fall topic. So feel free to share your pictures!   Fungi in the forest #1 by Licht Sluw, on Flickr   Fungi

One from our garden. The nicer part of autumn still lasts.   90f2, C1.

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21 hours ago, zook said:

hello... my first photo posted on this forum ...
2019. Slovenia, Logarska dolina, beech forest ...

Welcome, greetings from Slovakia. Beautiful pics on your flickr ! Slovenia is a beautiful country. I climbed Vrsic by bike a few years ago, would love to do Log pod Mandartom sometimes. Bled is beautiful, the valley of Radovna... Post some more !

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