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E Fotovest November 20 2010
Timisoara

on November 20, 2010 the fotovest meeting took place as usual in the Piata Unirii, and we've took a walk in the park near Bega where cold wet weather got to us


I always wanted to do a "garbage can" panorama, at first thinking on how some people treat the Romanians but after a while decided it was only some strange, unexpected point of view :) so e-fotovest-november-20-2010 is the "strange perspective over garbage"

Our group increases and I see that each one is improving skills and photographic experience

for more please visit (in Romanian) http://www.fotovest.ro

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Taken: 21/11/2010
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