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UK Couvent des 100 Visages, France, May'16

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Another explore from our weekend, France trip. After having a day a long travel and a few explores on our first day we decided to meet up with Laura and Niko and did a few explores beforehand, before moving onto this place that they invited us to explore. Only a few photos as it was a quick explore and had other places to see.

  Explored with @AndyK!, @SpiderMonkey, @Laura del C and Nik8 Photography.

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Cheers for looking!:thumb

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