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Foggy morning in Lueneburg


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a couple of pics from today's morning in Lueneburg (Lower Saxony, Germany). Unfortunately I realised a bit to late how foggy it was outside so that most of the fog was already gone. Shouldn't have watched "How to get away with murder" on Netflix before getting up :P














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