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Great ngythanh 2005-08-07 8:39

Looking at the blurring icon, I told myself, "hopefully the real photo is blurring".
Opening it, I am glad. It's, in its peak of performance.

Most of "blurring" pictures required the authors to spend time to learn how to avoid.
This "blurring" picture would require me to spend a lot of time to learn how to shot like you did.

Congratulations!

Thanh

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