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January 19 walkabout
Timisoara
Lately I take long time exposures at daylight and I like it :) here are the shots taken on January 19, 2011
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Uploaded: 19/01/2011
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Bega river in Timisoara Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon
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a bridge over Bega
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Job Shadow Day - Timisoara 5 March 2010
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painter studio - Mihai Teodor Olteanu
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C confectionary-pastry course Timisoara-November 25-2010
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B Course confectionary-pastry - Timisoara - November 25 - 2010
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A Course confectionary-pastry - Timisoara - November 25 - 2010
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Repair of wagons
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The Hungarian Reformed Church from Timisoara
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Central Reformed Church of Timisoara - streetview
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January 19 walkabout
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steam locomotive view
Igor Kristov
Kamen Del
Vasilis Triantafyllou
Vikos Canyon Oksia
Alexander Saranchuk
Florovsky convent
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Tallahassee Nurseries
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Plaza de Armas, SLP
Bernhard Ehrminger
Fishermen at the beach
Antonio Cabral
Coches Museum
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Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris, France
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Road of Island Tower, Big Island
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Deva C Equi
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10 B Panorama
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Barcelona 2008 Barcelona 3w
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M Platja Daro Nov 16 2008
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streetview in Stuttensee
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Ipswich town stadium - Ramsey statue
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Tarragona D
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the bridge over Orwell river in fog
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