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steam locomotive view
Timisoara

ever since was placed there I was anxious to see its interior, the magic of its mechanisms... So one day I forgot all the advice my dear friend Ciprian told me on never get to someone elses private property and if you get there :) don't take pictures, and I got in it. Unfortunately the results of my first exposure being handheld and far from satisfactory, I got there for a second time with the tripod and panoramic head and :) voila ... It seems it was the shelter of a homeless person over the summer - I hope he doesn't mind

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Uploadet: 03/02/2011
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