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Bega Cloudy April
Timisoara

while taking a bicicle ride on the shore of the river, I felt inspired by the place where the boats would turn when it was a regular thing to see them up and down the channell.

The buildings around, decaying remnants of a socialist past, slowly become a background nobody cares about.

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Uploaded: 01/05/2011
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