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Title Die Gartenlaube
Publisher

Ernst Keil's Nachfolger

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Place of publication

Leipzig

Language

German

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Deutsch: keine Bildunterschrift
English: no caption
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Self-photographed

Deutsch: Aufgenommen mit PK Tether 0.3 einem Freeware Programm zur Fernbedienung von Pentax DSLR's.
English: Photographed with PK Tether 0.3, a free software for remote-controlling the Pentax DSLR.
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