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Fotovest 14 Aug 2010 Panorama Timisoara on exceedingly heat

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on August 14 we have had here in Timisoara over 35 degrees
(in Romanian plus some pictures from the meeting) http://forum.fotovest.ro/viewtopic.php?f=70&t=1131

Well... the members of the Fotovest club have met to confront the street heat and enjoyed some refreshments on a terrace in the Piata Unirii.

On my way to the meeting I tried to freeze a moment in the summer

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