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Images of Melbourne - 2011 Dragon Worlds - Day 2

by Alex Mckinnon on 11 Jan 2011
Dragon Day 2 Alex McKinnon © http://www.alexmckinnonphotography.com

In between working on a rescue boat local Melbourne photographer, Alex Mckinnon, took some great shots of the second day of the 2011 Int Dragon Worlds, and presents the following image gallery:

For more images Alex can be contacted at ajmck2008@live.com












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