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Alex McKinnon makes a splash at Club Marine Series

by Alex McKinnon on 8 Dec 2015
Pointy end specialists get all the fun... - Club Marine Series Round Three Alex McKinnon Photography http://www.alexmckinnonphotography.com
Alex McKinnon was out on Melbourne's Port Phillip for the last round of this season's Club Marine Series before Christmas. Not many people or things get away from her lens....











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