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These two images were taken in two very different places. The top one, was taken inside the main floor of the Canterbury Cathedral during a quiet early afternoon, as the light from the windows reflected on the lovely wooden chairs.
The lower one was taken a sunny morning in Paris at the Jeu de Paume Gallery. We were visiting with a group of art students from Canterbury College, and as we walked from room to room this segment of image came into being. Couldn't miss.
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