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    I wish I knew the artist or name of this beautiful image. Do you?

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    Fantasy | Magic | Fairytale | Surreal | Myths | Legends | Stories | Dreams | Adventures | Underwater Photography | Fashion | "Daring Audrey" by M. Alberich Mathews

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    Daring Audrey by M. Alberich Mathews (Hannah is divinely sleek in a custom ball gown by Jezebel inspired by Audrey Hepburn's dress in "My Fair Lady" )

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