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These picture has been taken Sint Jan in Eremo, these restored farm is on 300m of the Netherland border, truly in a quiet area, here come here almost never stranger people, I found these farm accidental through too take a narrow street with my bike.
You can see, the dog wait too I would come on the farm.
I took these picture early in the springtime with a wonderful blue sky.

The area:
Near the village are several creeks. The largest is the Boerekreek. In addition, there are still Oostpolder Creek, the Roeselare Creek, the Creek and Mazur Bentillekreek. Near many creeks formed by several floods in centuries past. The stabbing of peat has played a role in causing the current creeks. At the site of the Roeselare Creek was in the Middle Ages a village named after founder Gozewijn of Roeselare. It obtained even in the 13th century city rights. After floods in the 14th and 15th centuries it disappeared.

I hope that you enjoy.

Canon EOS 5D Mark II
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15/03/2012 11:09:18
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EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM
Focal Length 24.0mm
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