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T is for Trapped

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T is for Tunnel (foot tunnel under the river Schelde in Antwerp)


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T is for Tintin, "Destination Moon"


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T is for Tiles


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T is for Tubes

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T is for a Grungy Tunnel, built for pedestrians and cyclists to cross the Wijnegem lock in the Albert Canal


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T is for number Three


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T is for Trumpet (at rest)

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T is for Tunnel view.

Tunnel View at Yosemite by Teh Han Lin, on Flickr
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T is for The Tenggerese.

The Tenggerese by Teh Han Lin, on Flickr
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Great shots Teh Han Lin!

Here's another Tunnelview

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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

Great shots Teh Han Lin!

Here's another Tunnelview


That was great really
Love that you choose B&W.
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Thanks Lars!
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T is for the Town Hall of Mechelen (Belgium)


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