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Pic Of The Day #1718
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I like that picture! You can write your own story to a picture like that. There are a lot of moods there.
I like this picture too! It has a calming effect.
Thank you Peter. Thank you Sharon!!
It was a quiet walk on a day that downtown was bustling with shoppers.
For a moment I felt like I was in Europe.