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Figee crane at Maritime Museum Harbour, Rotterdam, February 2020

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 Copyright Debbie Smyth, 20 February 2022

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  2. Yeah, Rotterdam, was there last in 2013 to give a workshop. I can compare it to Sacramento – it’s wellknown, but other than the harbor, it’s not really a city, but more the feel of a town. Sorry, to miss this time. My computer is in the shop, and am commenting on an old supported one. It won’t let me go into my photo file, Ugh -. sorry about that..


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