dos pintorescas grúas del puerto caídas en desuso

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>| Micha |< on February 14, 2009

Hello Daniel, great iron giants. Good shoot. I wait for new pictures from you.

many greetings from germany Micha

daniel smiriglio on February 14, 2009

...thank you!, nice words. Ohhhhhh! cranes, cranes and more cranes..."that is the question"

Well, have patience Michael. In truth, I feel with little inspiration... I'm really sorry

:(

Best wishes from Argentina, Daniel

>| Micha |< on February 14, 2009

I can wait Daniel but I hope you find back your inspiration soon. Here in germany we have 15 cm snow. This is not normal for my area. Now here it's 03.17 o'clock in night. My eyes are much little.

all the best for you Micha

245Ronald >>>>No Vie… on October 4, 2010

Nice shot + Like. Kind Regards Ronald.

Paul Strasser on January 30, 2013

Just noticed your new avatar Daniel. I like it, great shot.

Did you ever notice that these cranes (made in Germany) are painted in the colours of the German flag? I wonder if they were delivered to your city like that :)

Saludos, Paul

daniel smiriglio on January 30, 2013

Ok Michael, now, as you can see, I've uploaded some new pics... :))

daniel smiriglio on January 30, 2013

Many thanks Ronald, greetings, daniel

daniel smiriglio on January 30, 2013

Yes Paul, it's true, these cranes were made ​​in Germany by the company VEB Kranbau Eberswalde, is why they are painted with the colors of the flag's country, thanks for the visit

best regards, daniel

Henk Bouwers on September 21, 2013

like. Gr henk

daniel smiriglio on September 24, 2013

Thanks Henk, greetings, daniel

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Photo taken in Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina

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  • Uploaded on August 4, 2008
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    by daniel smiriglio
    • Camera: SONY DSC-W80
    • Taken on 2008/08/03 14:37:46
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 5.80mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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