The birth of Benjamin Martin
Czech Republic
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  • Günter Jibben 5 months ago
    Great Job & funny Idea. Congratulations on the birth of their Son.
  • Ivan Tsyrkunovich about 1 year ago
    good job my friend
  • devakinandan verma about 1 year ago
    Hi, Jeffrey Martin Panoramas are taken by Fish Eye Len is it right I use Canon 6D Full Frame Camera so kindly help me
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