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These are the shots that even i cant stretch to a report on each of them..

So i thought id lump them into a combined report.

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L'ecole Labryinth

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IM cooling tower

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One more report at some point then im done..thanks for putting up with the huge amount of reportage!

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Guest Scattergun

Outstanding mate. That lecture theater is stunning, as are your cooling tower shots! Well impressed :)

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