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Watching the sunrise on the summit of Jahňací štít (2229 m) in Slovak Tatra Mountains. 
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Watching the sunrise on the summit of Jahňací štít (2229 m) in Slovak Tatra Mountains.
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Watching the sun appear behind the High Tatra Mountains from the summit of Baranec (2184 m). 
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Watching the sun appear behind the High Tatra Mountains from the summit of Baranec (2184 m).
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A summer sunrise on the summit of Jakubina (2194 m), the second highest peak of Western Tatra Mountains. 
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A summer sunrise on the summit of Jakubina (2194 m), the second highest peak of Western Tatra Mountains.
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A summer morning on the summit of Ostredok (cca 2050 m) in the Western Tatra Mountains. 
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A summer morning on the summit of Ostredok (cca 2050 m) in the Western Tatra Mountains.
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Waiting for the sunrise on the summit of Trzy Korony (Three Crowns, 982 m), the highest peak of the Pieniny Mountains. 
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Waiting for the sunrise on the summit of Trzy Korony (Three Crowns, 982 m), the highest peak of the Pieniny Mountains.
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Wednesday, Oct 13, 2010: The shooting target at the Axalp-Ebenfluh aerial firing range in the Swiss Alps, with looters searching for bullets after the end of the first day of the annual Axalp Air Power Demonstration
Axalp-Ebenfluh firing range (2)
1st you have made so good and nice pictures of the airshow. 2nd I cant believe what you are holding there in front of a sign saying not to touch any remainings of ammo. How stupid (sorry) is this? Its dangerous, look at the one whos holding the yellow shell, this is most prob a HEI round; because of people like you, all the show get more and more restricted. Can you imagine what it means [...] (Andy)
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