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They look good, I like the faces and the goggles a lot!

 

*** Please ask these fine lads to stand perfectly still , just let me get those coordinates...no, no, don't worry, it's ...ehhh..for a photo! I will step back a bit..just wait for the bomb camera!!!!***

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