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Lapadu
Germany

Im Duisburger Industrie- und Landschaftspark im März 2012. Das Bild entstand bei einem Forentreffen.

Die Beteiligten auf dem Bild erkennen sich ja selber.....*g*

Copyright: Jan Metzler
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Resolution: 18896x9448
送信日: 25/03/2012
更新日: 10/10/2014
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Tags: duisburg; industrie; landschaftspark; lapadu; janni; jan; germany; industrial
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