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Watch the Indian Waterfall video screensaver and enjoy this beautiful relaxation view with authentic sound and background music. You can download the screensaver for FREE and enjoy the beauty of the water falling straight down the rocks. There is still paradise on Earth, don't miss the chance to experience that. Sit back, relax and let the water falling down.
What's new in this version: Version 2.0 includes doubled video resolution, enhanced transition mode and 3 of 8 scenes are now available in free version.
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