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The World seen from the eyes of a Pigeon
Krakow
Copyright: Jeffrey martin
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Chargée: 24/02/2009
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Jeffrey Martin
Kids Feeding the Pigeons in Market Square, Krakow
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Pigeon attack at Rynek Glowny
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Pigeons on Krakow Market Square
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The Main Market Square at night
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Large square by night (3 of 4)
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Rynek Glowny
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