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Arslanagic bridge
Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • zeljko soletic 10 months ago
    Thank you Daniel, It was not so deep (about 70 cm) and it was pretty easy. This was handheld
  • Daniel Christaldi over 1 year ago
    Thanks for this! Love the clarity. Always impressed when water is stitched with such perfection. Very nice.
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