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Burnham Mkt Centre Christmas Day 2012, Under The Trees ONE
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Christmas Day in Burnham Market, Norfolk 2012. While everyone was indoors eating their turkey, I'd finished my duck and was out taking panos. This one was under the trees at night - Lovely lights eh? :)

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