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There is a quality to the light in Cambridge that this picture captures for me. A feeling. A sense of the place. I love that golden yellowy light.

TITLE: Sunday in Cambridge
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Bicycle photography, Shabby chic pink yellow beige wall art - romantic decor- vintage bike art print

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  • Materials: sunday in cambridge, imagination, inspiration, mother nature, light, photoshop, digital camera
  • Ships worldwide from Ottawa, Canada
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