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Dude, you and me both know that no one else is gonna post here after that as an opening entry.

Epic work as always.

I'm gonna go cry in the inadequate people's corner with everyone else.

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  • Wonderful pictures Bastet!

    Yeah, it's a shame about Photobucket going down, I was really missing seeing some of your lovely scenes from San Theodoros.. great to see a few of them again *:)

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