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    An epic shot of the Maintower-peak in front of a deep red sunset, enough said - just enjoy it! ;)
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    sergej Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
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    A view of a sunset over the skyline of Frankfurt, taken from a skyscraper. An amazing moment with deep red sky in the back and beautiful clouds, ...
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