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Harland & Wolff where Titanic was built...
UK

I did took a walk in Titanic quarter to photograph famous Belfast Cranes, I did not know that unloaded wind turbin parts ware stock under Goliath. Painted yellow scaffolding for turbin wings and yellow cranes are great contrast for blue sky over Belfast...

Copyright: Marek koszorek
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Tags: ireland; northern ireland; belfast
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