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Cleaning it up!

Montreal is a great city to visit - especially during the summer, and more so around June-July when there is the great Jazz festival going on.

Walking around the old town is fun. Biking is even more so!
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Le Carrousel in Bryant Park. New York City.

From http://www.bryantpark.org/things-to-do/le_carrousel.html :
Le Carrousel in Bryant Park, specially created to complement the park's French classical style, is an homage to both European and American traditions. Its fourteen delightful animals, replicas of classic carousel creatures, revolve to the sounds of French cabaret music. The rounding boards, inspired by Bryant Park's elegant baroque-style torchères along 40th Street, blend into the leafy canopy of the park's plane trees.
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View of New York downtown from Jersey city - across the Hudson river
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Hampi, India is one of the most fascinating historical sites in the world. A UNESCO heritage site, it contains large number of ruins in a wide area dating back to 10th, 11th or 12th century of Vijayanagar empire.

This is one of the many ancient bazaars (market) in Hampi. As the name indicates, Vittala Bazaar is attached to the iconic Vittala Temple. This street is still intact and functional.
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360d view of St James Church, Gent (or Sint-Jacobskerk, called locally).

Originally a wooden structure built in 1093, this church has gone under multiple addition, updates and reconstruction over last thousand years.
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One of many great buildings at Gent, Belgium.
Gent
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Love this view. Fog makes NYC downtown part of a Tim Burton movie.
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Melancholic.

Once you venture away from the glitzy Times Square and such areas, Manhattan offers nooks and corners that are still frozen in 70s.
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7.17pm

This clock at the corner of 23rd and 5th is standing there since 1909. Made in cast-iron, it kinda symbolizes New York's glory and past.
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Sketching, with style.
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