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Reflexes sent on April 04, 2018 (3:09) by Livioz48. 2 comments, 190 views.

at 55mm, 1/160 f/6.3, ISO 400, hand held. Genova, Italy.

Mura del Barbarossa riflesse in vetrate di edificio della zona di via Madre di Dio

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sent on April 06, 2018 (18:19)

Attractive distortions!

Ann :))

sent on April 10, 2018 (16:05) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks for the appreciation. I'm not sure of inputted in the Gallery is most appropriate, since this is not Photoshopped, but I wouldn't know where to insert it instead.

Thanks for your appreciation. I am not sure I inserted it in the proper gallery, since it isn't a photomontage, but I don't know where to insert it elsewhere.


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