Switzerland.

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    That's a small country in Europe. In the mountains. People there are rich though. Funny.

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    Explored: 2008-06-12 #499

    law_keven, *LOSER*, MorBCN, Rustoo, and 153 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. >>LoOon<< ages ago | reply

      Beautiful

    2. jpwauthier ages ago | reply

      Thanks for the picture, we used it on CentPapiers : Opinion : Rencontre avec Sheltz Holtz

    3. captainEO ages ago | reply

      It is very wonderful scenery. It seems to be pulled into the photograph.

    4. todd- ages ago | reply

      great work!

    5. Irene_** ages ago | reply

      WOw! This photo is magic

    6. SkyShaper ages ago | reply

      resplendent

    7. jmven ages ago | reply

      Good work I like it

    8. flaky alarm [deleted] ages ago | reply

      Uber cool man!

    9. Tiffany Zau ages ago | reply

      stunning! beautiful colours

    10. oletourn ages ago | reply

      Magnifique couleurs et paysage d'une grande beauté

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    11. nikoriana ages ago | reply

      Adore this!

    12. Foto di Giò ages ago | reply

      it looks a little bit unreal. whre did you take the shot? i'm curious because i live nearby switzerland

    13. Brian O'Mahony ages ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called One Hundred Thousand Club (100,000 Photostream Views), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    14. donenespez 114 months ago | reply

      ha ha! plus suisse tu meurs! ;-)

    15. soky77 112 months ago | reply

      wow! amazing... whwre is that small village?

    16. @yakobusan Jakob Montrasio 112 months ago | reply

      Somewhere in Switzerland, unfortunately I don't have a photo GPS ;)

    17. thegreatsultan 108 months ago | reply

      I love the train tracks in this photo and the HDR... I'd be interested in seeing this same pic without the manipulation though, the perspective from the tracks seem like they could be interesting enough on their own.

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