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October 13, 2013


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brilliant and moving!..

The aerial shot of the whole beach--the expanse so wide, so full of shapes--is the best image I've seen for the results of battle. Thanks, Michael.

What a amazing beach and good environment.I can`t just imagine how people can join their hands to create such a extra ordinary art on the sand.And what a combination of the lights.It`s really pleasure me.

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