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Old 03-02-2019   #1
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Certainly not something you see every day on the street, and the B&W probably makes this better...
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Certainly not something you see every day on the street, and the B&W probably makes this better...
The color was ok but so many colors, but for an urban environment the multi colors might still work. Thanks for viewing.


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