ching ming picture landscape weeping willow shepherd with simple bridge


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ching ming picture landscape weeping willow shepherd with simple bridge.

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Landscape,Road,Chinese,Cow,Mountain,Ink,Painting,Cowboy,Stone,Picture,Traditional,Chinese style,Bridges,Ching,Cottages,Creek,Festivals,Ming,Psd material,Shepherd,Thatched,Traditional chinese painting,Weeping,Willow

This vector contains the following main colors: Lemon Chiffon,White,Pale Canary,Pine Glade,Celeste
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Landscape wiki:
ean:The layout of a land area, particularly with respect to its appearance and character. A landscape includes such elements as landforms, bodies of water, flora and fauna, and lighting and weather conditions (the natural elements), as well as human presence and human-built elements (the cultural elements or built environment). See also Landscape Architecture, Landscape Ecology and Landscape Engineering, Landscape Planning, Landscape Design. See more at

bridge wiki:
>This article is about the edifice (it is mostly an index to articles concerning specific bridge types). For other meanings, see bridge (disambiguation). A bridge is a structure built to span a gorge, valley, road, railroad track, river, body of water, or any other physical obstacle. Designs may be built higher than otherwise needed in order to allow other traffic (particularly ship traffic) beneath. The purpose of a bridge is to allow easier passage by providing a continuous more uniform more easily navigable route via what would otherwise be an uneven or impossible path for the particular kind of thing travelling or being transported, whether people, vehicles, trains, ships, liquids or whatever else. See more at

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