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Andy

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Scuola un ordine cattolico (visited 05/2016)

The school of a Catholic religious community was already founded in the 19th century. I don't know when it was closed, it was still in use in the 1960s.

 

Another set from a tour with a broken camera - therefore the pics are annoyingly in a very bad quality and not really sharp as well...

I was absolutely pissed!

(After that trip, I sold it and bought a new one.)

 

 

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Crikey if these are pictures you're not happy with i'm giving this shit up lol :D

 

Nice looking place this, i like the last shot :thumb 

 

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49 minutes ago, hamtagger said:

Crikey if these are pictures you're not happy with i'm giving this shit up lol :D

 

:D 

 

In the smaller size for the Internet, the re-sharpened pictures are still ok. But when you look at them in original size on the computer, you can see that they are unfortunately very blurred and "washed out". :( 

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11 hours ago, Andy said:

 

:D 

 

In the smaller size for the Internet, the re-sharpened pictures are still ok. But when you look at them in original size on the computer, you can see that they are unfortunately very blurred and "washed out". :( 

Pretty much describes every picture I've ever taken lol :D 

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I agree with hamtagger, these are some great pictures. Lovely murals

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