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Monday 30.05.2016 | Name days: Lolita, Vitolds

PHOTO: Love is in the air

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Valentine’s Day is, of course, very much about marketing and the very last money spent on a plastic heart, but we should not forget about true love either.

Take a look at some pictures full of love and do not remember to share it each and every day!

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  1. William says:

    Love the dolphin!

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