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  1. juan carlos giménez [deleted] 51 months ago | reply

    This is one of the best images ever!
    You deserve an award from...

    Best Images Ever

  2. magda indigo 51 months ago | reply

    TLC
    Beautiful image. NO INVITE NEEDED, POST THE IMAGE OF YOUR CHOICE!
    upload 1 comment 2

    TLC
    Thanx again for the beauty, M, (*_*)

  3. Atila Yumusakkaya 51 months ago | reply

    "Thanks for sharing"

    "SEEN IN TRAVELLER'S"

  4. emarcosf 51 months ago | reply

    Bonita captura !!

  5. A.G. Photographe 51 months ago | reply

    just perfect ♥

  6. cjc4454 50 months ago | reply

    wonderful color and composition

    Thanks for adding your amazing photo to **E-Ticket** Invited-Only Photos.

    Please comment on at least one other photo when you post your own.

  7. Stuart`Dootson 50 months ago | reply

    Wow…so simple, yet so good…

    Seen in **E-Ticket** Best of the Best Photos (invitation only)

  8. totheforest 50 months ago | reply

    Seen in **E-Ticket** Best of the Best Photos (invitation only)

  9. Mickaël.G 50 months ago | reply

    très épurée, c'est magnifique, Bravo ;)

    [ via flickriver  --Mickael.G ]

  10. Lee Daniels [deleted] 49 months ago | reply

    There is great complexity of subtle sweeping tones in this seemingly simple vision of lines and contour. Each face of the dune shows remarkable gradients that only a photographer of artistic vision could see and capture. Very impressive!
    {Lee}
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  11. tobey308 38 months ago | reply

    شكرا لإضافتك الصورة بقروب قلب الرس
    Thank you for add image.

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