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Taking the Train to Gouda
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Just a random shot of my friend Johan and me, travelling by train from Rotterdam to Gouda. Mostly I try to avoid the Dutch trains but sometimes you have to go with the flow and shoot some panoramas instead of being bored.

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Uploaded: 29/09/2013
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