Dec 31, 2014

Art of Mob's 10 Most Popular Posts

In case you missed them, here is a list of the Ten Most Popular Posts from Art of Mob. Since Art of Mob's days are numbered, I wanted to assure the readers that I will keep the blog online to serve as a reference tool and source of inspiration for both beginners and experienced mobile photographers alike. If you haven't had a chance, please take some time to read all of the Interviews and Tutorials.

make your own iphone macro lens from cheap camera

Otilia Coca, Mobile Photographer: Capturing Moments of Life

© Otilia Coca
What is your name and where do you live?

OC:  My name is Otilia Coca and I live in Madrid, Spain.

How did you get started in mobile photography? What device do you use?

OC:  I use an iPhone 5s. Generally speaking, you could say I have always been obsessed with the passage of time, and the ability to capture a specific moment, no matter how ephemeral or ordinary. Consequently, when phones started having relatively acceptable cameras (for me this happened more or less three years ago) I discovered the comfort of not having to carry my reflex with me at all times, whilst still being able to take a picture whenever something caught my attention. I particularly enjoyed the freedom this enabled, the opportunity to take a picture and edit it, no matter where I was or when this happened.

© Otilia Coca

Dec 28, 2014

Instagram Final Challenge Showcase - Fave 5

This is the final Instagram Challenge Showcase before Art of Mob closes its doors. As mentioned in the previous article I still have a few exciting interviews in the works and they will be posted in the upcoming weeks.

It's fitting that this final challenge theme is Fave 5. Each participant was asked to tag their five favorite images from 2014. Rather than highlight only a few as in previous showcases, I decided for this final showcase I would select my favorite from each of the photographers who submitted.

The Instagram username is listed below each image. Thank you to all who participated. You made this final showcase a show stopper!


Dec 24, 2014

David Pasillas - Capturing Landscapes with an iPhone

© David Pasillas
What is your name and where do you live? 

My name is David Pasillas, and I just moved from California to Medford, Oregon. I’ve bounced around a bit, with two stints in the bay area, and one on the central coast of California, so I’ve been able to shoot in a wide variety of landscapes.

How did you get started in mobile photography? What device do you use?

A few years back, I had a Nikon D60 that I had clearly outgrown. I decided that I needed to sell it, to motivate myself to save up for a better camera. I ended up being without a camera for a while, so I turned to my iPhone 4. It quickly became clear to me that the camera in the iPhone was very capable of taking great photos, and the added bonus of having all these great editing apps at your fingertips was awesome. And, if I’m being honest, I thought it was kind of fun outshooting DSLR users with my iPhone. It was a new challenge. 

 Now, I shoot with the iPhone 5s. I’m not sold on moving up to the larger iPhones yet. Maybe I will, if the camera is dramatically better in the next model.

Foggy Forest  © David Pasillas
Foggy Forest

Dec 22, 2014

Mob Paint No. 42

“If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I, an artist, will answer you: I am here to live out loud.”  Émile Zola

Thank you to each and every one of you who contribute to the Mob Paint Flickr Group each week. This is but a taste of the beautiful works that can be found by taking a virtual walk through our gallery. If you like editing your mobile photos in a painterly fashion, please join us!

A special thank you to those who have included the apps used - this helps us not only to admire your work but to learn about your process.

Swan at Edgewater Pond © Wayne Greer
Swan at Edgewater Pond © Wayne Greer
Apps:  Snapseed, Handy Photo, Mextures

Dec 21, 2014

Instagram Challenge Showcase - White

With winter weather upon much of the world, I thought the theme White would make an interesting prompt for a challenge. The beauty that was portrayed by the images submitted was definitely candy for the eye! Below are just a few of the gorgeous images submitted. Thank you to all who participated. You can view all submissions by visiting the #aom_white hashtag.

Stay tuned for the next theme challenge announcement coming soon!

The Instagram usernames are listed below each image.


Dec 20, 2014

Anatomy of an Edit No. 10

Below is a recently edited image in its final form.

© Geri Centonze
Final Version

Dec 17, 2014

Pixelmator Review at Mobilni

If you're looking to find out the capabilities of the recently released Pixelmator app, head over to Mobilni where you will find a detailed review by Michał Szklanowski. I for one am going to read every word as I have yet to thoroughly explore the app.

Dec 16, 2014

The Dramatic World of Rob DePaolo

© Rob DePaolo
What is your name and where do you live? 

RD:  My name is Rob DePaolo and I am from Newburyport, Massachusetts (USA). 

How did you get started in mobile photography? What device do you use?

RD:  I was introduced to mobile photography through my good friend Chris Stern whom I went to high school with back in the 80s, but we lost touch for years until reconnecting on Facebook a few years ago. I saw the work that Chris was doing with his iPhone, so I started asking questions and the rest is, as they say, history.  
I started with an iPhone 4, but a year or so ago I upgraded to a 5s and love it! I have another year on my contract, so I will likely be skipping the 6 in favor of whatever model Apple releases next fall.

© Rob DePaolo
My Own Worst Enemy

Mob Street No. 11

Another edition of the Mob Street Showcase featuring mobile photography from around the world. Thanks to all who participate by contributing your photos to the Mob Street Flickr Group

© Rob Pearson-Wright

Dec 15, 2014

Announcing New Instagram Challenge - White

Much of my country gets covered in wintry white snow this time of year. Living on the west coast in sunny California, I don't see much of that falling but it did give me the idea for this week's challenge. Tag your mobile photos using #aom_white hashtag. The showcase will be posted on Sunday, November 21st.

Dec 14, 2014

Instagram Challenge Showcase - Curves

“To see is to forget the name of the thing one sees.” 
― Paul Valéry

Curves are all around us - we have no further to look than our own bodies to see them. I was quite surprised that more images of the human form weren't submitted for this challenge but at the same time interested to see what curves did capture the attention of those who participated.

Here are some of the highlighted images from those submitted. The Instagram username is listed under each photo. To see all the submission, please visit the #aom_curves hashtag. Thanks to all who participated!


Dec 9, 2014

Share As Image - For All Social Sharing!

One of the tools I use for posting images to Facebook and Twitter is called Share As Image. Here's the description of Share As Image from their press release earlier this year:

Started back in March of 2012, Share As Image was originally called Pin A Quote. While watching his wife browse Pinterest, Adam Rotman noticed that people loved sharing more than just pictures, they wanted to share inspiration. Often, this would appear on Pinterest, Facebook or Twitter as images with quotes or text in them. How did people without advanced image editing tools create these? How could that process be made much easier and be used by anyone? Share As Image was born.

Dec 8, 2014

Announcing New Instagram Challenge - Curves

"I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way - things I had no words for." ~ Georgia O'Keeffe

An appropriate quote for this week's Instagram Challenge - Curves. Please tag your mobile photos only with the hashtag #aom_curves. The showcase will be posted here on Sunday, December 14th. Can't wait to see what you do with this one!

Here's a quick run through of the workflow to produce this image:

Mob Paint No. 41

"The artist gazes upon a reality and creates his own impression. The viewer gazes upon the impression and creates his own reality."  
~Robert Brault

If you like to edit your mobile photography in a painterly way, please join us in the Mob Paint Flickr Group

Here is our 41st Showcase - thank you to all who contribute to this group. You inspire us and make the world more beautiful!

© lila_lile
© lila_lile
Apps: Decim8, iColorama, Brushstroke

The Man Behind Mobiography - An Interview with Andy Butler

If I wore one, I would take my hat off to Andy Butler, the man behind and Mobiography Magazine. Mobiography, both the website and the magazine cater to all of us who have a passion for mobile photography. I know how much work is involved in just this little blog, so I imagine the amount of hours Andy puts in to hit all of his magazine deadlines probably keeps him busy all the time. I'm glad he did find time to answer a few questions. Andy was also kind enough to include a promo code for first time subscribers to his Mobiography Magazine to receive one month's free access. Keep reading for details!

© Andy Butler
What is your name and where do you live?

AB:  My name is Andy Butler and I live in Preston, Lancashire, a small city in the north of England. By day I work as a web designer/developer for a PR and marketing agency, outside of this I juggle life between family and two kids, running the website and its supporting magazine (of the same name).

How did you develop an interest in mobile photography?

AB:  I’ve always had an interest in photography ever since an early age but have found it somewhat restrictive due to the bulky nature of my DSLR camera (especially when out with the family carrying all the paraphernalia that comes with having young children).

 A few years ago I heard about an app called Instagram but at the time I was an Android user so the app wasn't available to me. One day in the summer of 2012 I was sat in the garden whiling away the time, I searched for the app once more, this time it was there. I installed it and was hooked. From then on I was shooting with my mobile phone and found it so much more liberating than using my DSLR.

© Andy Butler

Dec 7, 2014

Instagram Challenge Showcase - Light

The Light Challenge (#aom_light) attracted a lot of entries. Thanks to everyone for spreading the word and tagging your friends to join in! With over four hundred photos it took a bit of time to select the following images. Thank you to all who participated. Be sure and check the next post for the new challenge theme (you can subscribe here to get all posts delivered right to your email). I'm always open to theme suggestions, so if you have any, please leave them in the comments.

Below each image you will find the photographer's Instagram username.


Dec 6, 2014

Anatomy of an Edit No. 7

Here's another in the Anatomy of an Edit series.

Below is the final image


Mobiography Offers Chance to Win FREE Access to iPhoneography with Bob Weil

Mobiography is currently running a series each day of December until Christmas titled, "24 Mobile Photographers Til Christmas 2014". Last year, Andy Butler started this series and continued on with it this year. So far Andy has featured Bob Weil, Emil Pakarklis, Fábio Morbec, Todd Leban and Bridgette Shima.

Today I am honored to be included as photographer for Day 6. Click here to read about the Photo I am Most Proud of for this year.

In addition to just learning about various photographers and their journey, one lucky reader of Mobiography will win FREE access to iPhoneography with Bob Weil, an online course. All you have to do is check out the series at and leave a comment with your name and email address. The competition closes on December 24th, so you still have plenty of time to enter.

Dec 3, 2014

The Dreamy World of Mobile Photographer Jesper Bülow

© Jesper Bülow
What is your name and where do you live? 

JB:  My name is Jesper Bülow and I live in the countryside in Sweden.

How did you get started in mobile photography? What device do you use?

JB:  I have been photographing on and off for the last twenty years. A couple of years ago I got sort of numb. I used a professional SLR with a lot of lenses and everything. It got too technical and I got lost in all the choices. Then I started to take photos with my iPhone. I used the native camera and got my focus back on the actual photos, not the lens choices and depth of field and such. The simplicity was a relief. I stick to square format and do not use zoom and therefore have to make the most of what I capture. Soon I discovered the fun in using apps for editing and since I am a lousy photographer, I developed certain skills in editing to hide my weakness…And now I am hooked on mobile photography and editing.

© Jesper Bülow

Dec 2, 2014

Mob Street No. 10

“If a photographer cares about the people before the lens and is compassionate, much is given. It is the photographer, not the camera, that is the instrument.” ~ Eve Arnold

Welcome to the tenth edition of the Mob Street showcase. The other day my daughter-in-law asked me what the MOB stands for, so if you're new here, I should explain that Art of Mob is short for Art of Mobile Photography. Mobile photography refers to all images shot and edited entirely with a smartphone, tablet or other mobile device or a combination of any of those devices.

Mob Street is a Flickr Group devoted to mobile photographers who enjoy shooting street photography. Please join us! 

Below is a showcase of some of the images submitted since the last Mob Street Showcase. You can visit the previous showcases by clicking on the Mob Street tab at the top of this page. 

Emerge No. 2 © Paolo Berni
Emerge No. 2 © Paolo Berni

Nov 30, 2014

Announcing New Instagram Challenge - Light

The theme for this week's Instagram Challenge is Light. Tag your new and old smartphone, tablet or other mobile device images with #aom_light. Interpret the theme in your own way. The showcase will be posted here at Art of Mob on Sunday, December 7th.

Instagram Challenge Showcase - Nature

A few years ago, I began work on a book that was never finished. The working title was "A Garden Path to Wisdom". I wrote the introduction and several chapters but never did complete it. Seeing all of the images submitted to the Nature Challenge this week made me think of that book and I went back and re-read my introduction which I'd like to share with you here. 

“Mother Nature” – a name we give to the natural world around us. The dictionary defines mother as, “An origin, source; a woman in a position of responsibility or authority; to give birth to; to care for, nourish and protect.” Is it a coincidence that like a loving mother, our natural surroundings when observed can provide valuable guidance for our own life? Could there be buried beneath the apparent order in our universe divine lessons for living?  
I sense a deep connection when I am in nature – a connection with something other than myself and my own thoughts. For a moment, it seems that I touch the eternal and the infinite. In life’s most difficult moments, I have sought refuge outdoors – to ponder a sunset or silently watch the rhythmic pounding of the surf. There is a clarity that comes. Not even asking questions, I receive answers. If these answers have come by chance, what could I discover on purpose? What lessons would I learn if I stopped long enough to listen to the silence and screams of Mother Nature? 
In my early life, I would have characterized myself as religious – now I choose to call myself spiritual. I believe in a divine intelligence that has created order in our universe (I call this divine intelligence God). I believe this intelligence is also the origin and essence of love. Using those two tenets as my basic philosophy, I believe that by witnessing our natural surroundings we can learn valuable lessons about life and how it should be lived. Revelation should be apparent to the very simple and unlearned as well as the highly educated and economically advantaged, for this is what a loving and intelligent God would do – make the secret of life accessible to all. We can all walk the “Garden Path to Wisdom” just by taking the time to observe the natural order of things. 

Not much has changed over the years, I still find solace in nature. Thanks to everyone who participated. It was hard to select only a sampling of photographs. To view them all, please visit the #aom_nature hashtag on Instagram. 


Nov 26, 2014

Anatomy of an Edit No. 6

Here's a quick tutorial that will hopefully inspire you to create your own fantasy images.

© Geri Centonze
Final Photo

Jerzy Jachym - Featured Mobile Photographer

© Jerzy Jachym
What is your name and where do you live?
JJ:  My name is Jerzy Jachym. I live and work in Przeworsk, a small town in southeastern Poland.

How did you get started in mobile photography? What device do you use?
JJ:  I began my mobile photography adventure a year ago. In December 2013 I won a smartphone on a television contest. I had a lot of free time since I had just lost my job, so I was able to do a lot of photography. For a few months I used the HTC One. Currently, I use only the iPhone 5s to photography and the iPad Air to edit. 

© Jerzy Jachym

Nov 25, 2014

NEM V-Ex The Consciousness of Water by Robin Robertis

Please visit the current virtual exhibit at the New Era Museum. The NEM V-Ex is featuring The Consciousness of Water by Robin Robertis.
"Robin Robertis travels the world to capture unique and emotionally compelling images and currently uses a variety of processing iPhone apps to create her finished work.   
As a recognized artist in the field of mobile imagery, she creates artwork that invokes deep emotional and magical places found only the unconscious dreams of those who dare to peek behind the curtain of day-to-day life."
Read more and experience the exhibit by visiting the NEM website.

Nov 24, 2014

Mob Paint Monday No. 40

“There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who, with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into sun.” 
~Pablo Picasso

Here is the 40th Edition of the Mob Paint Showcase. The Mob Paint Flickr Group is a group for mobile artists who create using their smartphone, tablet or other mobile device and edit in a painterly fashion. There are no strict guidelines other than the image should suggest to the viewer that it could be a photo or a painting. When possible please include the apps used for editing in the "Description" section on Flickr. 

Any style is welcome - abstract, realism, surrealism, etc. Have fun and join us!

© Tania Konnerth
© Tania Konnerth
Apps: Hipstamatic, Image Blender, Distressed FX, Lo-Mob, Iris

Nov 23, 2014

Announcing Art of Mob Instagram Challenge - Nature

The theme for this week's Instagram challenge is nature. Mobile photographs only - edit in any style. Tag your images #aom_nature. The showcase will be on Sunday, November 30th.

Instagram Challenge Showcase - Motion

"The aim of every artist is to arrest motion, which is life, by artificial means and hold it fixed so that a hundred years later, when a stranger looks at it, it moves again since it is life". 
~ William Harrison Faulkner

Thanks to everyone for participating in the Motion Challenge on Instagram. Please take a moment to view all of the entires #aom_motion hashtag. 


Nov 21, 2014

December 1 Deadline for 4th Annual Mobile Photography Awards is Near!

The 4th Annual Mobile Photography Awards, founded in 2011 to recognize and celebrate the talent and imagery of the mobile phone photography & art communities, is fast approaching its 2014 submission deadline of December 1st.

The Mobile Photography Awards is the world’s longest running annual event & international competition promoting mobile phone art and photography. Alongside the annual competition (October-December), the MPA produces themed gallery exhibits with international open calls throughout the year. The MPA Grand Prize winner is awarded $3000 and the winner of the MPA Photo Essay is awarded $500.
Open to all mobile phones and tablets, the MPA has seen a steady increase of Android entries since 2011, when 96% of images submitted were from iPhones.  In 2013, the MPA received over 7,000 entries from more than 1,200 photographers from nearly 75 countries.
The MPA offers photographers and artists opportunities for exhibits, open gallery calls, fine art sales, and annual cash prizes.  As an organization, They have distributed nearly $50,000 directly to artists and photographers through cash prizes and fine-art sales since 2012.
“At heart, The MPA is an opportunity for people to bring attention to their work at the same time as we bring attention to the work of the community as a whole.” – MPA Founder Daniel Berman
The Mobile Photography Awards has produced more than a dozen gallery exhibits in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Toronto, Melbourne, San Jose, and more.
The Mobile Photography Awards has 20 photo categories. Every image entered may be placed in up to two (2) categories. All category winners receive MPA prize packs and are included on the exclusive MPA Exhibit Tour, with further opportunities for fine art sales. Grand Prize winners receive $3000 and the winner of the MPA Photo Essay is awarded $500.
Registration and uploading may be done from any device or desktop computer at 
Entry fees have remained unchanged since 2011.

Nov 20, 2014

Anatomy of an Edit No. 5

Another quick tutorial showing my workflow for a painterly edit.

Apps used in this tutorial:
Paper Artist
Sketch Club
Photo fx Ultra

Shoot Image - iPhone 6 native camera used

Using Paper Artist I selected the Oils Clean Preset and painted over the image (you can find this preset under the tab showing a bird)

Nov 19, 2014

Julie Hollow - Scenes from Down Under

Reflection in a shop window © Julie Hollow
What is your name and where do you live?
My name is Julie Hollow and I live near the small township of Bright in rural Victoria, Australia. I grew up in Melbourne and always enjoy city trips as a contrast to my country lifestyle here. I work full-time as a primary school teacher.

How did you get started in mobile photography? What device do you use?
I was totally entranced the first time I was shown the Hipstamatic app, and I knew that I just had to get an iPhone for myself. My first phone was the 3G and I loved it. The fact that it was always with me meant that I started taking photos whenever I saw something that caught my eye. I tended to just use the Hipstamatic camera and didn’t really do any editing, as I was happy with what it could do and did not really know any other apps. Then I was shown Snapseed and that really got me hooked on editing as a creative process. It remains one of my favourite apps, and the one I go to first up every time. In June 2012 my sister suggested Instagram (I had never even heard of it!) as a way of sharing my photos and that was the beginning of my obsession with iPhoneography! I currently use an iPhone 4s and do all my editing on my iPad. I love the feeling that I am painting with my fingertips. I am sad to admit that my less than 12-month old Canon 6D has not left its bag for quite a while now!!!

The Green Door © Julie Hollow
The Green Door 

Nov 18, 2014

Mob Street No. 9

"The city is not a concrete jungle, it is a human zoo." ~ Desmond Morris

When I was a child before the days of the TSA and metal detectors, our family used to drive to the Los Angeles airport, head to the departure area and watch people come and go. We enjoyed the joy-filled reunions and even the tearful goodbyes. Maybe that's when my love of people watching was born. Mob Street gives me the opportunity to watch people from all over the world through the smartphone lenses of so many talented people! Thank you all for continuing to contribute to the Mob Street Flickr Group.

Please join us on Flickr if you're a smartphone photographer and enjoy street photography.

© Richard Pilon
© Richard Pilon

Nov 16, 2014

Instagram Challenge Showcase - Shadows

Thanks to all who participated in the Shadows Instagram Challenge. If you have any suggestions for future challenge themes, please let me know in the comments. Also, spread the word about the challenges by tagging your friends so that we can have more participation from the Instagram community!

To view more images from the challenge visit the #aom_shadows hashtag. Instagram usernames are listed under each photo below.


Nov 13, 2014

Andrea Bigiarini - Renaissance Man

When I think of a Renaissance man, Andrea Bigiarini comes to mind. Andrea is not only a photographer but also dabbles in other art forms as well including music and writing. On top of his talents he has a wonderful sense of humor and doesn't take himself too seriously.

What is your name and where do you live?
AB:  My name is Andrea Bigiarini, I live on the App Store but in reality I live in Florence, Italy. 

How did you get started in mobile photography? What device do you use?
AB:  A long time ago, I went to Miami and the 1st iPhone was in the stores so I grabbed one and I started shooting from that day. I mostly use iPad Mini for 3 reasons: Battery life, I have big hands and I don’t have to wear spectacles. Joking aside, I prefer the Mini because I have more control and more space to work.

© Andrea Bigiarini

Nov 8, 2014

Guest Tutorial by Humberto Dominguez

Initially when I spotted this photo by Humberto Dominguez (@salopalo on Instagram), I asked him if I could feature it as part of The Whole Story series. Humberto responded by offering to provide a tutorial for the image, so I jumped at the chance to be able to see his creative process. Take it away Humberto!

Tutorial by Humberto Dominguez
I have been on Instagram roughly two years. What drew me in, in addition to an appreciation of photography, was the potential for developing my creative and artistic exploits. I am a practicing lawyer, but one of my avocations has always been painting.  Due to time and space constraints, my work on canvas (and any other tangible surfaces) has slowly diminished over the years.  The love of painting perhaps explains why many of my posts display a painterly look or style. Aside from the painterly theme, I see my work infused with geometry. Growing up, at times I thought I would be an architect. I love working with lines and defined shapes, and ideas readily come to my head when I see a photo in geometric terms.  I would love to be active on other platforms, like Flickr etc, but there is just so much time during the day.

Nov 6, 2014

The Whole Story by Petyr Campos

The Photograph

© Petyr Campos

The Whole Story 

Like a lot of my ideas, this one has been whirling in my head for a long time. The original genesis for the image was to create a series of images of a person going through life on autopilot (hence the robot). However, sometimes as I'm creating the image, I discover a new way to present the image that I had not though of before. I was recently invited to submit work to the "Mobile Art L'arte è Mobile - Festival FuturoPresente 2014" show in Italy. The theme of the show is conflict. So I re-imaged the original concept I had about living live on autopilot and created this image. I wanted to create an image that implied conflict but was ambiguous as to what the conflict is. I still intend to create the life auto pilot series but the timeline for that project is still open.

Nov 5, 2014

Devin Castro - The "Dear Stranger" Series

One artist interview seems to lead to the discovery of another artist. Such is the case with today's featured mobile photographer, Devin Castro. When I interviewed Jordan Foy about his photography and the Steller app, he mentioned Devin Castro as one of his favorite Steller storytellers. Devin has a unique series called "Dear Stranger". After checking out Devin's Steller stories, it was a done deal - I had to feature him too!

© Devin Castro
What is your name and where do you live?
DC:  My name is Devin Castro and I currently reside in Seattle, Washington.

How did you get started in mobile photography? What device do you use?
DC:  I bought myself an iPhone 4 (my first iPhone) back in June of 2010. After a few months of taking random photos with this mobile device, I stumbled upon the Instagram app in October and immediately fell in love with it. Ever since then, I've been taking more and more photos with my iPhone. It's gotten a bit addicting, really. I just love the accessibility of using a mobile phone, because it's so easy and efficient. For me, it's the fastest way to capture the in-between moments of life. I also just recently purchased an iPhone 6 and am loving its enhanced camera; it's such an upgrade from my iPhone 4 as you can very well imagine.

© Devin Castro
"Dear Stranger, I love the color of your moped. If you didn't have to worry about gas money, I wonder where you would travel to first."

Nov 4, 2014

Mob Street Tuesday No. 8

“One should really use the camera as though tomorrow you’d be stricken blind." ~ Dorothea Lange
The quote by Dorothea Lange got me thinking. We don't have to go as far as being stricken blind to start those creative juices flowing. What if this was the last day you would have access to a camera. What or who would you photograph? A family member or good friend, a favorite scenic spot, a treasured family heirloom? Make a bucket list and start checking it off today!
Below are highlighted images from the Mob Street Flickr Group. This group is for street photographers who use a mobile device. I hope you'll join us!

© unaisa momoitio
© unaisa momoitio

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