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I just like this photo!

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jobb said…
Well, it certainly beats the Glossitis photo. Maybe not for information, but definitely for beauty.
Anonymous said…
I can hear the crashing sounds of the water! Awesome. Joanie
DrPaula said…
Where is this? I want to go there!
KM said…
Great place to go white water river rafting! Where is it?
Linda Leighton said…
WOW!! Is it in South America?
Toni Brayer, MD said…
It looks like the Amazon to me. I'm not sure but it is so cool.
Sonam Sen said…
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Anonymous said…
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Stop smoking help said…
So much beauty in this world, and I have to live in North Texas - ugh!
linkwheel said…
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so dep said…
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