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Old 18th of April 2012 (Wed)   #1
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Default Trough plexiglass and water as a mirror...

BIG: HERE


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BIG:HERE!


Sitting on a piece of plexiglass by mpke, on Flickr

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Old 18th of April 2012 (Wed)   #2
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Wow! That first one is spectacular.
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i like the both, but the 1st one is awesome
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Wonderful shots !
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The first shot makes the second one look weak. Crazy. Great shots.
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Love the alien landscape.
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wicked colors in number 1.
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thanks all!
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