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October 30, 2009

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Marcus

Wow! What great pictures! Amazing. Thank you so much for the link Barry.

Genju

stunning! you're so lucky to have a friend with such clear seeing!

puerhan

Thanks for the heads up, added his blog to my reader!

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jill i

Thanks for this link. A longer trip to Japan is near the top of my list. I don't think a couple passes through Narada count. Beautiful images!

jill

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