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At the End of the Market in Baden
Switzerland

On the Market last Saterday in Baden, Aargau, Switzerland. Went there with the Fotoklub for a Photo Session with the Theme "open Aperture".

Working with depth of Focus. Was a Great Time. At the End, made this Pano, as the Market closed.

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