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    Posted: 17 October 2021 at 13:24
Welcome to the fourth part of "Give us a Sign"!

Link to the previous threads:
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Let's open this new chapter with a sign next to the doors of the main auditorium at Finlandia Hall in Helsinki:


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And I guess I have to admit that despite this sign I did bring (and used) my cameras in the auditorium, but I wasn't the only one as the event that afternoon/evening was the Finnish Nature Photography of the Year gala.
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Private hydrant.
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Originally posted by mariuszlo mariuszlo wrote:

Private hydrant.
I never knew "Private Hydrants" existed, I think they all belonged to the broader kanine community
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which is it?

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Dijkpaal 1924

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