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One of the last old fashion taxi boat in Gruz harbour (barkarioli)
Croatia

This is an old fashion of transportation in Dubrovnik, baut now there are so many cars and buses, that nobody likes to wait for a nice and pleasant drive with a boat to the other side. handheld samyang 8mm plum bob on moving boat, 2(-10)+2(+10), some masking needed indeed

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