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Now that's going to give the Lightroom Auto-perspective algorithm a headache! :D 

 

Cool shot, Luc. 

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that's seriously cool Luc!

 

Now your next step is to have someone looking out of that middle window :)

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Never mind the words ... just hum along and keep on going...

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