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Stock photo ID:182155616
Upload date:September 26, 2013

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'Selective focus on this close up of a strand of metal barbed wire. Just visible in the soft focus / bokeh area is the railway track (and a distant railway bridge) that is being protected.Barbed wire has long been associated with the security industry. It was first patented in the US in 1867, after which it became possible to fence in large areas of land in order to restrain cattle.More metal fences and barbed wire:'
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