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Tom Hall ☘ Dec 11
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Pearl Academy 13h
It’s the 2nd day of our contest. Shoot your answers in the comment section below and join the run to be that lucky winner. . .
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Miguel Hernández Dec 10
BRAZIL. Brasilia. 1961. The National Congress building by Oscar Niemeyer. Elliott Erwitt.
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SHY 37m
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F. Ben Gilbert, Realtor 1h
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WHITTAKER DESIGN 9h
Welcome to our new followers. This is what we do when not playing with Lego or colouring in. . Hope you all have a great weekend. 😀
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The B1M Dec 13
This super-slender in Melbourne was prefabricated offsite - FULL VIDEO:
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Johnson M Bigwi 4h
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Neil 2m
Photo By Arnaud Mesureur | Unsplash - via
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Ted Goldstein Dec 11
Wow, it's like a smaller, uglier Sears Tower.
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AECO Space 9h
The grandest of architectural undertakings are complex long-term projects that can sometimes take over a decade to build, even with modern technology.
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North TX Home Team 19m
Built-in widow seating creates extra space in the .
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The B1M 10h
Australia's thinnest was prefabricated - FULL VIDEO:
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Sabai Decor 2h
Middle East Calligraphy Paintings for Home Decor
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Jorinda Dec 13
I'm not sure how I expected Munich main station to look, but 1960s is a surprising style.
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Hemerah 8h
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Marcus Hogans 17h
So grateful to have finally been able to pursue the one major that I always viewed as difficult, since a child. Now to actually do it and to excel exponentially beyond my own imagination, proved to myself that I CAN and WILL do anything 👑 Final Critique🎖 🌏🌌
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Laura Simpson Dec 13
You can find me over on CountryBlondeLife. Sharing my passion for photography, architecture, interiordesign, fashion, beauty and style
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GIO Tile 23m
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