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Duisburg, Industrial Landscape Park North,


A soft light was falling on these structures



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Quite lovely.  The sepia toned B&W suits the subject better - Much better.

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yes, Mark and Stuart,


the B&W was in my inention when taking the shot. Many thanks for sharing this view.

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