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Statue of nude woman in the public garden of Cambrai
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This is a view of a statue of a nude woman in the public garden of Cambrai. The shot was taken in august 2010, at the middle of the afternoon. Panorama made in HDR version (enfuse).

Copyright: Franck masschelein
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Uploaded: 21/08/2010
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