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Las Rosas Cordoba Artesano Curioso
Argentina

Feria de artesanos en Las Rosas, Córdoba, pueblo ubicado sobre la ruta 20.

Cuando terminé de sacar las fotos (incluídas una hacia la columna, una al cielo y otra al piso) el artesano tenìa ya una expresión de gran duda. Antes que llame a la policía le dije 'fotografía panorámica' a lo que él respondió aliviado: 'aaahhhhh...'

Copyright: Marcelo Botta
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Resolution: 7716x3858
Uploadet: 08/02/2011
Opdateret: 01/09/2014
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Tags: cordoba; artesano; handheld; rosas; las rosas
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