Family relaxing in beach-chair, North Sea : Stock Photo
Parents with child relaxing in a roofed beach chair (Strandkorb) on the beach of the East Frisian island of Langeoog.The surrounding sandcastle had to be defended against all enemies, especially the waves running up during high tide...


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Family relaxing in beach-chair, North Sea

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Lothar Knopp
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Parents with child relaxing in a roofed beach chair (Strandkorb) on the beach of the East Frisian island of Langeoog.The surrounding sandcastle had to be defended against all enemies, especially the waves running up during high tide...
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