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Michael O'Neil
Michael O'Neil

we were there in the South OMO  in 2011- the only signs of the modern age in the remote villages was the AK 47 - and at times wooden replicas of the same - looks real from a distance-- but everything was calm peaceful at that time-- a truly amazing corner of the world. dry as bone -  main issue is access to clean water

Billel N.
Billel N.

It's amazing , how much patient is this photographer , good LucK ^^

Soap Berries
Soap Berries

The dinosaur one, I mean.  I didn't realize that my comment shows up for all the photos.

Soap Berries
Soap Berries

Whether it was just acting or not, this is a great photo.

TanJa Bralic
TanJa Bralic

....Arsen Miletić..... Simply the best, a great man and the best master photographer in Rijeka / Croatia / ...master photographer with soul ... my respect!....Congradulation!

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