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  • Magalhy Fernández

    Log Cabin in the Woods


    Beautiful cabin in the woods fall colors. Nature. Trees. Solitude.

  • Wolfram-3F-Design

    Dandenong Mountains in Australia. Millions of autumn colors - each more beautiful, than other. A place where you forget everything around you .

  • Lisa Murphy

    Forest House, Dandenong Mountains, Australia Oh, how beautiful are the colors of nature!

  • Leslie De Morais

    Beautiful little cabin tucked away in the woods full of fall color. I wish we could get the same fall colors in Pacific NW as we used to get in New England!

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