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The Byrds
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In Concert

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a shiny ochre copper piano. a 2 feet tall and 3.2 feet wide bench is -4.3 feet above and -.4 feet in front of the piano. the leg of the bench is shiny ochre copper. a 2 feet tall peacock is -2.1 feet in front of and -.23 feet above and -1.4 feet left of the bench. it faces back. it leans 46 degrees to the front. the sun is ochre copper. 1st 4 feet tall and 1 feet wide tube is 5 feet above the peacock. a light is -2 feet above the tube. 1st 7 feet tall marble column is 2 feet in front of and 1 feet right of the piano. 2nd 6 feet tall marble column is .5 feet behind the 1st column. a keyboard is on the piano. it faces back. a eagle is -.55 feet behind and -.1 feet above the keyboard. it faces south. 2nd 4 feet tall and 1 feet wide tube is 3.5 feet above the eagle. a azure light is -1.5 feet above the 2nd tube. third 4 feet tall and 1 feet wide tube is 8 feet in front of the keyboard. it leans 90 degrees to the back. a light is -2 feet behind the tube. camera light is dim. a small yellow green ivy is -3 feet above and -.5 feet left of and -3.5 feet behind the 2nd column. it leans 40 degrees to the back. 3rd 4 feet tall and .7 feet wide tube is 3 feet above the column. a light is -1 feet above the 3rd tube. a cockatoo is on the 2nd column. it faces the eagle.ground is petrol blue. a flamingo is 4 feet right of and 2 feet behind the 2nd column. 4th 4 feet tall and .7 feet wide tube is 5 feet above the flamingo. a violet light is -2 feet above the 4th tube. a seagull is 2 feet behind and -1 feet right of and 2 feet above the piano. it faces southwest. it leans 12 degrees to the back.
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nheiges (2020) 
Gorgeous! Love the spotlights!
KAWE (2020) 
wonderful
watcher570 (2020) 
excellent!
zamchick (2020) 
jammin'!
Nanook (2020) 
Thanks everyone, and thanks nheiges, I was actually experimenting with the use of directional tube lights and was happy to see they worked in different directions. :-)
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