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In the morning walking in the small streets of Lisbon. Suddenly this woman came in the empty street. At the right moment.
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Berlin architecture is really incredible. It's so different from any other European capital due to the influence of both the East and West. Blons tried to capture the architecture and this is one of the most interesting ones he got. A reflection of the TV tower. Is it part of the past already or is it still a symbolism of modernity? Looking at it through the reflection its loosing is structure and shape become almost liquid. A statement about how traditional technology is fading away?
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