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2010 International Bazaar
Naples

Every year the NATO Wives' club at Joint Forces Command in Naples, Italy holds an International Bazaar. For 4 years now, my partner John and I have rented a booth and sold our photos there. This was our booth this year. If you look straight down, you can see that I had two prints and a price tag on my tripod.

Copyright: Scott Knauss
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Uploaded: 14/11/2010
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Tags: bazaar; jfc; naples; italy; panoramas; prints
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