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I love this street scene in Krakow. One of my favourite backgrounds and the lady came back for her bicycle:



  1. This worked so well, as the lady looks as old-fashioned as her bike. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. It does appear to be of another era. 😀

  3. Pete is right. This could be from the 1930s

  4. So much in a small rectangle! A favourite One for me.

  5. Such an evocative picture. Krakow must be wonderful.

  6. Thumbs up, all round, Sue! Sorry, I’ve not had much time for commenting lately, but I love this. Wonder if she was tempted to add a painting to her pannier. 🙂 🙂

  7. Love it! And looks like noone apart from you has spotted what annoyed you when you got it home 😁

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