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Paris sky, second take

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This looks just like Los Angeles

 

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It's a small world, isn't it?

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Spring is definitely coming!

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- time: 2011 03/15, 16:13,

- shutter speed: 1/500s,

- depth of field: f/5.2,

- focal length: 108 mm,

- ISO: 100.

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