Children Crossing. Hector and Milly Save Uncle Tom, 1971
Three children standing at the edge of a road looking right for cars in order to cross the road safely. The children are all leaning on their right leg and holding their right hand up to their foreheads. The boy is dressed in shorts and a shirt, while the girls are in dresses and skirts. The poses are similar to the ones performed by Hector and Milly in the feature program
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Lighthouse at Hoernle during the blue hour with a stormy atmosphere, Hoernle, Konstanz, Lake Constance, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, Europe
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Germany, Berlin, Mitte, a green Ampelmann, or Ampel Man
Germany, Berlin, Mitte, a green Ampelmann, or Ampel Man, the symbol for go used on the former East German pedestrian traffic lights created by Karl Peglau and retained after protests about it's scrapping
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