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Cullompton, Devon, Christmas Eve 2012
England

Its minutes past midnight, Christmas Eve 2012 and there's a gap in the constant rain and no one around. Handheld at 1/10th and Iso 1600. 10 shots in total stitched in Ptgui

Copyright: Brian Lee
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Taken: 24/12/2012
Uploaded: 24/12/2012
Updated: 20/04/2013
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