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Under a bridge in Malmi
Finland

This is a house which I never quite liked because it does not look very good in daylight. One night I realized how nice it looked when lit with all the colours that look so pale normally. The grass looks very green in tungsten light and all of a sudden a dull gray place is full of colours. 

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Tags: malmi; helsinki; bridge; wall; house; colour; lights; green grass; dull place; architecture; night scene
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