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  • Lisa Miller

    Sulamadaha Beach, Ternate Island, North Maluku, Indonesia. It looks like the boat is floating in the air.

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    Beautiful clear waters in Ternate Island, North Maluku, Indonesia. (Photo by Abdul Azis)

  • Jana Yeakel

    Hovering boat. Beautiful clear waters in Ternate Island, North Maluku, Indonesia

  • Aushima Sawhney

    Sulamadaha - Ternate - North Maluku (Abdul Azis (ais)) Tags: sea indonesia boat national maluku geographic nationalgeographic ternate malukuutara northmaluku sulamadaha tidore

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