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Newark New Jersey, Roof Top
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A view from what would appear to be a very precarious local. This shot was taken for some TV scouts for a TV show that was not to be. Interesting view though no? Ill say this,..this was a very very COLD shoot.

Copyright: Clifford Compton
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上传: 24/11/2010
更新: 01/09/2014
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