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Hello from Indonesia

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Hello all,


 


Love the site and like to share with all alpha users 


 

I'm from Surabaya, Indonesia and just been in love with photography


 


with my a6000 and some manual lenses i feel the excitement of taking picture  


 


Nice to meet all of you..


 

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