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This is a straight shot. The miniature tourist keepsakes were placed on the ledge of the roof of building on 8th ave. Late afternoon light and a magical sky adds to the intrigue and unexpectedness. The work is signed, dated and numbered lower right, Printed Later, Unframed 3/15 other sie available
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