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Tuesday, 04 October 2011


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Eugene Head

There's really something appealing about pointed roofs. It may be of fictitious origin, but one can imagine the ambiance of Sherlock Holmes' time by looking at those roofs.


Well yes, I suppose one can! Thank you for your comment.

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