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Libyan Desert & Aouelloul Glass Photos
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- Date: Thu, 16 Jul 1998 11:52:54 -0400
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I am looking for high quality color photos of Libyan Desert & Aouelloul
glasses for a spec article I'm working on. Macro and micro pics if you
have them! Does anyone have a 35mm slide--or high quality color
print--of LD and A glasses? I will pay you for the slide/print and
promise you a photo credit if ever published. Thank you.
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