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On the Mars or an old oil-rig in the desert
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When the sky would be red this could be an old factory on the Mars. But it is just an old oil rig an the sceleton coast. Some tried to find oil in the middle of nowhere. Thank god he didn´t found any, so the nature could survive.

Copyright: Martin Kneth
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Uploaded: 11/12/2011
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