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Fred discovers the Algae People of Lake Tittycaca.

//sorry, no PShop, so a caption instead
 
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I couldn't resist throwing this together...This is actually me about 25 years ago when I was stationed on Guam.
I made over 200 dives while there and always wanted to sink a mannequin at a popular dive site.....but never did🤷‍♂
 
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