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Wasa crispbread factory in my hometown here in Sweden.
Largest crispbread factory in the world.
(homepage for US, for anyone that want to know some facts: www.wasa-usa.com)
I took the photo late in the evening Aug 2 2020 with my Fujifilm X-T4 camera and lens XF16-80mm F4 R OIS WR.

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Same factory September 1 2020 in daylight. The breadfactory front facade is huge, as You can se in below photo. I have been up on the roof once when I had summer job during high school period, I think it was in 1977 I was up on the factory roof. It was magnificent  view to watch my hometown here in Sweden from about 50 meter (160-170 ft) above the ground. It is a viewpoint on the roof up to the left where it is a flagpole. In the photo I took with my X-T4 camera they had just cleaned (almost finished) the facade with help of the crane You can see in the photo below.
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