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Castles in the Air | by Diana Michaels
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Castles in the Air


The idiom "Castles in the Air" means of course "daydreaming", planing on things that cannot happen - building on no firm grounds. It's quite representative for the situation of a number of real estate that could not be finished because of the economic crash a few years back.


Very mystic and suggestive ground fog - or whatever we call it - that we can see in the middle of the night these days, when the temperature of the river's waters is actually warmer than the air, and it evaporates. We have daylight all night long right now.


Exif 2 shots: ISO 100 ; f/22 ; 5 sec ; @14mm

Reverse ND Grad 0.9

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Taken on May 31, 2012