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1st of May and Alem street moonlight night at Esperanza Santa Fe
Argentina

First of May and Alem street encounter at Esperanza Santa Fe. There also meets two very deep pluvial open channels on a full moon and cloudy night

Yeruba is seen from this point.

Copyright: Marcelo Botta
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Taken: 26/06/2010
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Tags: moonlight; moon; esperanza; night; yeruba; cloud; clouds; sky; outdoor; smell
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