Marktplatz-Zerbster Strasse Dessau

Im August 2012 auf dem Marktplatz an der Zerbster Strasse in Dessau. Zwar bei sehr knalliger Sonne, habe aber den Schatten aufgesucht um grosse Dynamiksprünge zu vermeiden. Doppelte Fussgänger relativ gut wegretuschiert......

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