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F Fotovest Meeting 31 07 2010
Timisoara

the fotovest meeting from July 31 - 2010


while the rest of the group took a short trip to see the house parade and experience some youthful spirit, I just remembered the WWP theme for september - which is "crossroads" and just did my best here in Timisoara.

In geometry there is a distinct idea of the intersection the one that intersects the lines at infinity - the ones that won't have ever any common point are indifferent. So the river, the park alley and the street just can meet somewhere or not, but on the other side of Bega, I discovered a couple getting married, taking some pictures in the park with the guests, families and friends and near to them a pregnant lady was just resting. I don't know how inspired this picture is but I hope you'll enjoy

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