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An excellent well seen shot with great composition, tones and sharpness. A real attention grabber.

 

Paul

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There is such case.

Children decided to be indulged.

Started in school of 3 pigs. Wrote on their backs - 1, 2 and 4.

The police long looked for a pig No. 3......

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