Night 21 11 2010 Panorama Timisoara
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Night 21 11 2010 Panorama Timisoara

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some night panorama of the Cathedral in Timisoara

Actually I did thought of another evening view but the multi-row and the dramatic changes of light, just don't work together - at least for my photographic skills now.

there are some errors that match perfectly the horrible orange streetlight

:)

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