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May 03, 2010

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Janice L. Evans

As I am sure you can imagine, the water wall if very popular for bridal portraits. . .

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Wow! humongous water wall. I wish I could be there too. The water wall was like a palace of made from falls. I wish i could take a picture on that personally. I love the pictures its so stunning. Wow...

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