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Belgium Belgian Trio... April '15

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3 locations which I thought didn't really warrant a report of their own, so I thought I'd bung em together in here... 1st up...

...Krachstrom...

(or... The Window Access Of Death Empty Turbine Hall

;) )

As the name would suggest, a bit of a pisser to get into! Spent longer on access than shooting the place! :D

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That's a bangin trio indeed mate! Perfectly aligned and framed pics there too, i need to work more on acheiving these :)

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