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Azaleas and Spanish Moss at Morning

Azaleas and Spanish Moss at Morning - morning, azaleas, spanish moss, flowers, faery, myth
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Wallpaper Description:
It looks like a senic from a Fairy Myth
Tigerkaetzchen Uploaded by Tigerkaetzchen on . Azaleas and Spanish Moss at Morning - Desktop Nexus Nature Download free wallpapers and background images: Azaleas and Spanish Moss at Morning. Desktop Nexus Nature background ID 127468. It looks like a senic from a Fairy Myth Rating: 4.9

Wallpaper Comments (4)

Posted by larisa on 09/11/09 at 06:28 PM
Now there is a South Carolina morning for you. That tree is a Laurel Oak, btw. :)
Posted by Kunind on 07/10/09 at 04:52 AM
I love this Scene......This one features Flowers in row,tree branch and waterfall.....+1
Posted by tedisoo on 07/09/09 at 02:15 PM
So lovely...ethereal...FAV + 1!
Posted by spanish_girl on 07/09/09 at 09:03 AM
Oh beautiful scene!...Now where is Tinker Bell??:)
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Total Downloads: 1,184
Times Favorited: 9
Uploaded By: Tigerkaetzchen
Date Uploaded: July 09, 2009
Filename: sh_Moss_and_Azaleas.jpg
Original Resolution: 1600x1200
File Size: 597.88KB
Category: Flowers

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