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Rest Day 3: The People & Colours Of Tirana

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    • Thanks. I enjoyed taking them. I decided upon a photographic theme – colours and faces – as I wandered around the city, cane back to the hotel to edit / crop them and publish them. I’m pleased with the results and I think it’s an approach I’ll take on future days off as well. 🙂

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    • It was an impressive thing. Dates back to only 1981 but celebrates great Albanians (apparently)… Stuck on the front of the National Museum in the main square.

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  1. Quite a diversity, love the oil drum planter and the, what I assume is Soviet inspired, mosaic. Would love to see a picture of the whole thing. Good to hear that Albania, as an unknown, has not been a bad experience.

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