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Cruise ships at Langelinjekaj in Copenhagen
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Black Watch from Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines and MSC Magnifica (Panama) lying at the cruise ship wharf of Langelinjekaj in Copenhagen on a beautilful sunny day in May, 2013.

(Image shot handheld with Sony NEX-7 18-55mm kit lens @ 18mm.)
Copyright: Bjarke andersen
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Resolution: 30720x15360
Uploaded: 19/05/2013
Updated: 14/10/2014
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