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Ajmboy

A few old school ATV photos

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I just started re-uploading some photos, mostly older, to the gallery. Works very good to create albums within categories and sort them, much better than on the old site.

I created 2 new albums for some of my pics, feel free to check them out (I posted the url to the album page here within the post and it automatically embeds below):

 

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Posted some more pictures today and also added another album not to long ago.

 

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