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Cruise ship in the port of Rhodes
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cruise ship in the port of Rhodes by moored boats com increasingly large at the foot of fortifications. For this picture I put my tripod on sea but the strong light of the day in Greece makes difficult the assembly of the zenith.

Copyright: Mouret Vincent
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Uploaded: 20/06/2009
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