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    I was near the place where the people practice paraglainding and I feel that is great to show Bucaramanga as a city of adventure and I took the s ...
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    This little children crossed mi camera, and fell that moment is one of the most realxing moments in my life, so I shot the picture. Please enjoy ...
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