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Great or simple neon signs in the lonely night. Go for the desolate mood of a great 40's noir movie. The dominant light source must be neon.
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Sunday, 15th November, 2009 (GMT)
Sunday, 22nd November, 2009 – Saturday, 28th November, 2009 (GMT)
Sunday, 29th November, 2009 – Saturday, 5th December, 2009 (GMT)
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A flickering sign, on a side street only a few doors from the center of Jerusalem. A garish yellow florescent lit stairway made one entering feel dirty and insignificant, untrusted. The fact that when you opened the door, a computer chip played "Dixie" added to the strangeness of the place.
|Submitted:||Sunday, 22nd November, 2009 17:47 (GMT)|
|Taken:||Tuesday, 14th October, 2003|
|Focal length:||5.41 mm|
|Shutter speed:||1/8 sec|
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