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Utrecht Canal Tunnel
Utrecht
One of the ways to access the bars and cafes along the canal edge in Utrecht is via this brightly coloured tunnel, back lit with simple LED lights for a very good result.
Copyright: John Nayler
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Resolution: 4096x2048
Uploaded: 08/08/2012
Updated: 13/08/2012
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