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Girls, Guns & Hot Rods

 Jami Beck
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Jami Beck is a factory worker turned photographer. She likes shiny things and her dog amos.
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  7 months ago
I like wild kittens very much.
  3 years ago
and you also like taking photographs - it shows - well done
 

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