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Amazing Insect Images By Igor Iwanowicz (60 pics)

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№1 Author: tapatio (29 Sep 2009 05:01) Total user comments: 2046


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one word............


DDT...........................
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№2 Author: Bob (29 Sep 2009 07:34) Total user comments: 0


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Very nice shots, great detail! crazy looking creatures too!
№3 Author: unknownj (29 Sep 2009 08:52) Total user comments: 427


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18 ewww i couldn't look at them all, disgusting
№4 Author: salsapopo (29 Sep 2009 13:47) Total user comments: 12714


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№5 Author: mudassargold (30 Sep 2009 15:20) Total user comments: 1951


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nice collection of ngc
№6 Author: lcd (2 Oct 2009 17:32) Total user comments: 0


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Amazing! Beautiful photography!
№7 Author: ALC (3 Oct 2009 05:51) Total user comments: 0


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Awesome stuff! I want to get a camera lens so that I can get shots like that!
№8 Author: DZRTJUL (3 Oct 2009 06:25) Total user comments: 2


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THANX!!
№9 Author: Seawitch Artist (3 Oct 2009 09:09) Total user comments: 0


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I'm just plain awestruck!
№10 Author: Queen bee (3 Oct 2009 13:14) Total user comments: 0


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Mesmerizing! The variety of the unseen life around us boggles the mind.
№11 Author: Charles motley (3 Oct 2009 16:08) Total user comments: 0


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You need to go to Peru's northern Dept. of Amazonas where the Amazon leaves the world's 2nd highest mountains to enter the Basin. The north half of Peru gets less than 2% of gringos and just became accessible. A waterfall almost 3 times as high as the Eiffel Tower was just discovered last year, a testimony of birds and insects waiting to be discovered.
№12 Author: Don Coker (3 Oct 2009 18:03) Total user comments: 0


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Very cool imagery, Igor!
№13 Author: Mona (3 Oct 2009 20:03) Total user comments: 0


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beautiful and a little creepy
№14 Author: Frankenthumb (4 Oct 2009 19:25) Total user comments: 0


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Absolutely amazing!!! If you could provide a bit of info - even just the name of the insect - I would be delighted...

Thanks for the terrific pics
№15 Author: bart (5 Oct 2009 01:44) Total user comments: 0


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ummm... the one above the copulating grasshoppers is actually a baby bird. cool pic, but doesn't belong with this group.
№16 Author: cera (5 Oct 2009 19:06) Total user comments: 0


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@bart -- I just noticed that myself. And -- is it a baby? Or... a fetus? Do they hatch that young? Its eyelids haven't slit yet. A vertebrate hidden amidst our flashy arthropoda, using biomimicry as camouflage! (It looks just as creepy-crawly as the rest.)
№17 Author: .c (5 Oct 2009 22:32) Total user comments: 0


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Wow, this guy has seriously raised the bar in photomacrography.
It's no longer about just shooting the insects, but adding a concept to the shot!
Brilliant and truly creative.

Tapatío, I have one word for you: ESTÚPIDO.

If it wasn't for insects we'd probably be dead or swimming in our own waste (not that we aren't already).

№18 Author: sagarika (6 Oct 2009 08:24) Total user comments: 0


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very nice picture
№19 Author: Jenny (6 Oct 2009 08:41) Total user comments: 0


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Dude, those shots are brilliant!
№20 Author: Me (6 Oct 2009 09:20) Total user comments: 0


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You have a baby bird and a spider in your 'Insect' images...
№21 Author: humpty (6 Oct 2009 12:43) Total user comments: 0


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Absolutely brilliant. I thoroughly enjoyed looking at those pictures, something we would otherwise struggle to see with our own eyes. Truly amazing pictures, an inspiration - quality. Thank you so very much for sharing your wonderful work.
№22 Author: sticky (6 Oct 2009 14:07) Total user comments: 0


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Beautiful pictures.

Have to admit I had one hand on a can of Raid for some of them...
№23 Author: markm (6 Oct 2009 14:26) Total user comments: 0


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[u][/u]WELL DONE!! These are superb photographs. I know how long it takes to setup and shoot. GREAT JOB!
№24 Author: COWCO (6 Oct 2009 14:45) Total user comments: 0


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mASTER oF PhotoshoP !
Congratulations!
№25 Author: Cisco (6 Oct 2009 14:47) Total user comments: 0


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These pictures are so cool
№26 Author: Train (6 Oct 2009 15:22) Total user comments: 0


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tapatio,

http://www.bukisa.com/articles
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№27 Author: katya (6 Oct 2009 16:42) Total user comments: 0


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bart,

Since you're into nitpicking, you'll probably be interested to know that those grasshoppers aren't actually doing the deed. It's easy to tell with such a close-up photo. He's just along for the ride.
№28 Author: Lou Cooper (6 Oct 2009 18:02) Total user comments: 0


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I can tell by the pixels!
№29 Author: Fernando (6 Oct 2009 20:12) Total user comments: 0


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Impresionantes.......
№30 Author: Jimmy Fallon (6 Oct 2009 20:23) Total user comments: 0


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Sick man... sick.
Best insect pics I've ever seen.


www.Qtorrents.com
№31 Author: Rebecca (6 Oct 2009 23:07) Total user comments: 0


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Beautiful photographs.
Macro photography is such a fun thing.
№32 Author: Skye (7 Oct 2009 03:46) Total user comments: 0


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Oh god this is one of the scariest things I've ever seen - and I use 4chan.
№33 Author: tim (7 Oct 2009 06:39) Total user comments: 0


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really? you all think these are real? hmmm they are fake. oh and to the guy that says those grass hoppers are not "doing the deed" hes wrong too, they are get your information right before you voice your options please
№34 Author: Sven (7 Oct 2009 08:18) Total user comments: 0


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Aliens are gere to stay. And guess what, they're beautiful.
This is pure art. Thanks!
№35 Author: the dude (7 Oct 2009 09:28) Total user comments: 0


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very nice shots dude!
№36 Author: Wayne Edward Clarke (7 Oct 2009 10:00) Total user comments: 0


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The incredible beauty of nature captured with brilliant technique.
№37 Author: suresh. (7 Oct 2009 12:14) Total user comments: 0


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№38 Author: indrated (7 Oct 2009 19:12) Total user comments: 0


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Awesome colors...[color=#CC0000][/colo
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№39 Author: arl (7 Oct 2009 20:51) Total user comments: 0


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Nice pictures, but little bit too theatrical.
№40 Author: alexis (7 Oct 2009 20:57) Total user comments: 0


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tim,
if they are fake they obviously can't be doing the deed.

anyway, these photos are beautiful..REGARDLESS of whether or not the bugs are real, fake, actually birds, or getting it on.
№41 Author: Kittrick (8 Oct 2009 03:01) Total user comments: 0


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Awesome photos, especially loved the mantises (sp?) and the woodlice (aka- roly-poly bugs). Gave me a bit of a new perspective on insects, although some, I may continue to squish...hehe
№42 Author: Darkstaff (8 Oct 2009 03:18) Total user comments: 0


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Absolutely beautiful.
№43 Author: teeny tiny (8 Oct 2009 06:00) Total user comments: 0


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other worldly. thanx.
№44 Author: Thoth (9 Oct 2009 12:35) Total user comments: 0


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готично
№45 Author: Max Capacity (9 Oct 2009 14:50) Total user comments: 0


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I have lost the ability to confidently distinguish between real and edited photographs anymore. There are too many effects that photographers can apply to make their photos look different (not real), and so many ways an artist can make a image that is photorealistic. On top of that, there are many, many strange and unbelievable images that I have seen on the internet that ARE real. I have seen many exuberantly colored insects both in photos and real life. However, the rainbow colors of some of these insects makes me doubt their authenticity. I don't think I will ever be able to tell again.
№46 Author: s (9 Oct 2009 20:25) Total user comments: 0


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The posters who said they were looking for a can of raid or DDT are truly ignorant idiots and I feel sorry for them.

Nature is beautiful.
№47 Author: runswithsizzers (10 Oct 2009 01:09) Total user comments: 0


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Max Capacity,
They are certainly authentic photographs.

But, you ask, are the photographs authentic?

Who cares?, I reply. Their 'authenticity' matters only if the images are presented as documentation of biological specimens - left brain stuff. Because the photographer has chosen to sign HIS name to each photo, rather than the genus/species of the insects - I believe they are presented as art - to be enjoyed by the right side of the brain.

When you start asking what is real and what is not, who knows where you might end up?
№48 Author: MAD (10 Oct 2009 08:57) Total user comments: 0


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а вот я тут тоже написал, и вам ничего не понятно. А вообще интересные насекомые, и фотки хорошие.
№49 Author: Lacrimoza (11 Oct 2009 06:27) Total user comments: 0


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Mad, you russian is great :) Try to learn English anyway:) Ask your mother,she can help you. And make pics of you spiders...- I know you have them
№50 Author: Jeff (12 Oct 2009 20:35) Total user comments: 14


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S i w a n o w i c z

As it says in the watermark in EVERY PHOTO here.

Not "iwanowicz"

More photos here: http://photo.net/photos/siwano
wicz
№51 Author: The Rev (12 Oct 2009 23:35) Total user comments: 0


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The aliens are amongst us...
№52 Author: ulol (16 Oct 2009 13:14) Total user comments: 0


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excellent macro photography
№53 Author: ... (16 Oct 2009 23:01) Total user comments: 0


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Our planet has so many bizarre creatures that are so much more fantastic than any one could think up to be on some alien planet, they are just smaller.
№54 Author: Bevreally (22 Oct 2009 09:31) Total user comments: 0


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I'm sure glad us people are bigger and not smaller than these creatures! 03
№55 Author: Ricochet-Rabbit (22 Oct 2009 18:41) Total user comments: 0


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Such a diverse subject matter. Beautiful shots. Excellent presentation. If I could rate this it'd be a 10+

R-R
№56 Author: ivan (23 Oct 2009 10:10) Total user comments: 0


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You can't show that many outrageous unheard of animals and not at least name them - you're going to all the trouble to find them and to make them interesting; it's a pretty serious let-down to not have them identified as I'm sure just about everybody who looks at them wants to know what the heck they're called.
№57 Author: jason albus (24 Oct 2009 08:03) Total user comments: 0


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a whole new world, that insect life. these are beyond brilliant.
№58 Author: kim (24 Oct 2009 18:52) Total user comments: 0


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Amazing photos! - I too would like a bit more info: name of insect, what it's doing, maybe...
But incredible, and remarkable to think about the diversity at a level we barely notice.
№59 Author: eysodiamond (25 Oct 2009 03:54) Total user comments: 0


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Can't wait to chatch them on the cooking channel
№60 Author: t'mara (25 Oct 2009 05:45) Total user comments: 0


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insects are just so gross, especially when you can see they actually have faces.
№61 Author: PDOn (27 Oct 2009 04:13) Total user comments: 0


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Props on the fetal bird halfway though... didn't know those counted as insects..
№62 Author: Real Irish (28 Oct 2009 16:37) Total user comments: 0


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Amazing pictures.
There is more than a bird and spider that are not insects, there is a scorpion too, an arachnid.
№63 Author: eeeek! a mouse (ska) (30 Oct 2009 09:29) Total user comments: 0


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'K. This is NOT only why I sic my pets on "MONSTERS"; rewash pre-washed bagged salads; love to eat lobster but do so with my index fingers in my ears while audibly humming "Puff, the Magic Dragon"; seal every fucking crevice in my crap apt. (enney one ever see a SUPER-radioactive gazillipede that grows up to 5" and escapes faster than a friggin' FELON?) and, since I have, in the past, given leetle-teeny-weeny harmless monarch larva in enclosed habitats to family and friends so they can watch firsthand the amazing transformations and then aforesaid family thought I'd be THRILLED with a gift of the (iih!) mantis version of ANT Farms and --- please!!!! I'm selling this monster kit cheep, and why are humans amenable to ladybugs, butterflies, and fireflies? AND, why don't we see more fireflies in Upstate NY (even w the return of big, black crows, assuming the birds' resurgence may be attributed to DDT working its way down the fud chain and into our aquifers but) ---- WHERE are the lightning bu -- um, FIREFLIES????
I'll trade my puke-me-mantis-orphanage-surro
gate hatching "toy" for cute lil monsters that are not MONFUCKINSTROSITIES. (Key: read above. In case you have trouble seeing blatant hints soaring at high altitudes/ speeds.) Got a light???

Oh -- any of u out there ever see a snakerpillar? They are cool.
№64 Author: Mark sartor (Lansing MI USA) (2 Nov 2009 23:02) Total user comments: 0


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Awesome Photos! Mostly if not all Studio work.. Probably un-retouched
My fave = The Yellow w/black spots and black spiked Jumping Spider (or is it a crab spider?)
WOW!

BTW, where does he get all of the insects? He seems to prefer the Praying Mantis..
very awesome..
№65 Author: wscothan (3 Nov 2009 01:26) Total user comments: 0


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The photo about eighteen images in looks an awful lot like my former mother-in-law.
№66 Author: Rolls Royce (3 Nov 2009 15:30) Total user comments: 0


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How many insects had to die to get these shots???? They look so alien yet beautiful.
№67 Author: Yama (3 Nov 2009 23:31) Total user comments: 0


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Nice pictures.

Some of them aren't insects, though.
№68 Author: Bailey (5 Nov 2009 00:52) Total user comments: 0


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Just plain AMAZING!
№69 Author: Bobby (5 Nov 2009 19:04) Total user comments: 159


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It's amazing how beauitful they are. The photography is wonderful, but only highlights the beauty of those amazing creatures.
№70 Author: NASA (6 Nov 2009 13:43) Total user comments: 116


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i hate insects kill em all 79
№71 Author: bin (7 Nov 2009 12:15) Total user comments: 0


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the photos are amazing! :)

but the insects are disgusting. :)
№72 Author: Joe G (8 Nov 2009 05:01) Total user comments: 0


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Mesmerising!
№73 Author: ערןהסטלן (25 Nov 2009 16:49) Total user comments: 0


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crazy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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№74 Author: chudesni zhivotni (29 Nov 2009 17:37) Total user comments: 0


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Skye,
immature people trying to learn about life by 'using' 4chan (and pretending it's fun) must be one of the scariest things imaginable. lets hope they stay in their parents' basements forever and don't go out and infest the real world.
the images are extremely good. anyone who could see these and still spout 'DDT' has something wrong with them.
№75 Author: Lew (17 Dec 2009 06:51) Total user comments: 0


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shopped!
№76 Author: Majik (17 Dec 2009 08:42) Total user comments: 0


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Magical
№77 Author: Usky (21 Dec 2009 09:34) Total user comments: 0


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Stunning images, superbly taken 04
№78 Author: Speak (5 Jan 2010 05:04) Total user comments: 0


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You see these gorgeous photographs and some of you are debating whether the grasshoppers are getting busy or not??!! I'm a professional entomologist, so let me me set the record straight: they ARE NOT actually doing anything except sitting there in the picture. The back end of the male (on top) is way too far away from the tip of the abdomen of the female (on bottom) for there to be any sperm transfer happening. They may be about to start or just finished, but they're NOT doing anything in the photo. The beetles several images below the grasshoppers on the other hand...

I think the pictures are absolutely stunning and I'm happy I had a chance to see them.
№79 Author: Artem (16 Jan 2010 14:48) Total user comments: 0


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пиздато. ))))
№80 Author: ericmiami (17 Jan 2010 14:17) Total user comments: 0


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Brilliant.
№81 Author: maryy (12 Mar 2010 19:24) Total user comments: 0


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la nature est impressionante de beauté et les photos et les photos magnifiques.
Bravo et merci
№82 Author: michael (29 Apr 2010 00:26) Total user comments: 0


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Igor, your splendid work leaves me astonished. I'm curious where & how you accessed such a stunning variety of insects, including the preemie chick hatchling. "Amazing" is a much overused word, but your close-ups of these most-unusual-to-me creatures is truly amazing. Thank you Acid Cow & thank you Crazy Igor.
№83 Author: Birdy (8 May 2010 18:21) Total user comments: 0


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Beautiful! These creatures are awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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№84 Author: raymond.wendt (7 Apr 2011 02:59) Total user comments: 9111


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there are some really pretty insects out there. Most of the time, I hate them!
№85 Author: shell_tr (9 Apr 2011 12:32) Total user comments: 12


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wow amazing pics. thanks for share. :)
№86 Author: Jeremih (14 Sep 2014 20:42) Total user comments: 1


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The pictures are astonishing! http://albaraak.com/ Thumbs Up!
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