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WOW, cool, pardon the pun

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Is that photobucket at work or are they for real?
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Is that photobucket at work or are they for real?

They are for real, photobucket is a photo storage/server website, I keep all my photos that I upload here on that site

I have several more, but they are cluttered with nasty humans

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they look surreal
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Wow, they are astounding.
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They are for real, photobucket is a photo storage/server website, I keep all my photos that I upload here on that site

I have several more, but they are cluttered with nasty humans
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Nature at times, has the ability to be WAY more artistic than us humans will ever be, or care to be. Above pics show just that!

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Poop- great pics, never seen any like those, thanks. John

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Cool. Great pics.
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Are the striations enhanced using a photographic technique, or is that how they look to the naked eye?

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