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Better days will come... or not... (Bat version)
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"Better days will come... or not..." - sculpture ehxibition by João Ferreira

Copyright: Manuel Teles
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Resolution: 8152x4076
Taken: 20/06/2011
Uploaded: 20/06/2011
Updated: 23/06/2011
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