System won't change unless you do.

In an uncertain future of corruption and extremists, youth is left without a trustworthy figure to follow; as those on the left and the right, and even the princesses, have sat on the bench of shame. 

The spiral of morals and values ​​is entangled in a new commercial plot that grannys buy during the ad break. 

Silence, no one can be heard, the telenovela is being fed, again. 

Europe’s joke extends to the US -  and to which planet we will migrate next if World War three breaks out? 

Where is the flag of our country, who does it represent? 

From within, we are looking for a turn towards a new generation that inspires the movement of self-produced ideas. 

We trust in it. 

Luckily, the change begins in ourselves, and the power is in each and every one of us.

 

Words by Laura Pino

 

 A film by Flamingo Amigos and Mario Abadia with Danny León.

 

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provoke a change.

Behind The Beauty.

A visual journey of the process we had to go through to develop the Believe in Beauty Campaign for Étnica Watches. 

 

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Starting shoot day 1 at 5:00am to go over the storyboard and shot list before the cast and crew arrived. 

 

 

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Luis Gonzalez (Brand Manager at ÉTNICA Watches) and Jaime go over the plan with model Freya Gibbs. The campaign was shot over two days - Day 1 for Videography and Day 2 for Photography. It was a pretty delicate shoot as Freya had to spend large amount of hours in the cold water and nearly every shot involved her posing underwater for as much as ten seconds per dive. 

She absolutely nailed it!

 

 

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Tara Whitley making a hell of a good job taking care of Freya's waterproof make-up. 

 

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Luis Gonzalez spent 24 hours on a plane and made his way half way across the globe to be fully involved in the development of the campaign. His passion and drive made the whole thing run smoothly and we were stoked to have him be a part of the whole thing where he could fully be involved in the triumphs and setbacks that such a production demands. 

Here he is, going over of the fine details with the team before jumping back into the water. 

 

 BTS Etnica-5

 

Believe it or not, this is the set where the whole campaign was developed. 

Our backyard pool.

We spent two days figuring out how to set up the tarp without making the pool a total mess. Water clarity was a priority, but infinite depth effect was also. 

Featured above is Raul Juanes, number one production assistant, care-taker, lights man, pool manager, model-carer...Thanks buddy, you nailed it. 

 

BTS Etnica-6

 

Deploying the package.

 

 BTS Etnica-7

 

Freya was the bomb!!!!!!

The whole crew was impressed by her spirit and attitude making the already-hard-job, a piece of cake.  It wasn't an easy role, she spent more than 20 hours underwater in two days, and kept smiling and nailing every shot. 

 

BTS Etnica-8

 

Photo or Paiting?

This is Freya freefaling into the abys beautifully captured by Nolan Full. 

Nolan was a key asset to the whole production. His vision and attitude REALLY made a difference in the outcome of the whole campaign. Not only he shot most of the campaign photos that were finally selected but he also found the time to document the whole thing and take the Behind The Scenes pictures you are viewing now. 

 

BTS Etnica-10

 

The Magic behind the lens. 

Oscar was in charge of capturing the essence underwater. He was rigged with over 50 Kilos of extra weight to keep him down and equiped with a diver's tank to be able to frame the shot before Freya steped in. 

 

 

BTS Etnica-14

 

Shot Review.

 

BTS Etnica-12

 

A cool perspective of Freya from above, the pool was pretty tight for it all but she was able to pull the pose every single time. 

 

BTS Etnica-15Screen Shot 2017-01-16 at 2.14.55 PM

All photos by Nolan Full. 

 

 

Watch the result:

 

Beauty has a formula.

 A closer look at some of the best  "Believe in Beauty" campaign photos.

 

Visit this space on Wednesday for the Behind The Scenes shots and find out how the film and photos were made.  


 

Beauty is defined as a combination of qualities that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight.

 

Shape, symmetry, colour, and form, define the alluring sense of invitation and unarguably the force attracts your attention, creating an everlasting desire - that often, becomes an obsession.

 

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 Campaign Developed by Flamingo Amigos for Etnica Project

Directed by Jaime Gonzalez and Luis Gonzalez

Filmed and Edited by Oscar Fernandez

Creative and Art Direction by Olga Blanco

Campaign Photos by Nollan Full and Oscar Fernandez

Talent: Freya Gibbs

H&MU: Tara Whitley

 

Special Thanks:

Kento

Harry & Sam

 

Trying our best to nail shots of the boys so they can keep stickers on their boards.

 

A little insight into the life behind the mysterious @johnnyjungle (John Barton) who lives his life shooting some of the most amazing images out of Indonesia.

 

 

Johnny Jungle by Owen Milne Media 

 

 

Johnny bases himself in the heart of the Mentawai Islands at the epic Pitstop Hill Resort as the staff photographer. 

A usual day for 'Jungle Juice' revolves around shooting 5000 odd photos , two coffees (one ice coffee) , three coconuts , one surf , driving boats and being an all time legend.

 FLAMINGO_9

 

This project all came about when Riley Laing , Alex Smith , Sam Potter and Myself decided to chase a swell deep into the Mentawai island chain.

This led us to the bearded lensman who spends 10 months of the year sleeping in wooden huts and pointing his camera straight into "Gods Garden"  I was pretty interested into the life Johnny lives and had been following his work for years so I decided to sit down with him and have a chat. He told me some really cool stories and got to learn more about the guy behind the beard.

 

FLAMINGO_3

 FLAMINGO_7

That afternoon we surfed Pitstop's till dark which is a epic right hander straight out the front of the resort. We had the lineup to ourselves and we both got tubed !

The sun was setting and it was like a cute date haha!

Pretty cool seeming as we were the guys dripping in sweat or kicking around in the impact section all day trying our best to nail shots of the boys so they can keep stickers on their boards.

 

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FLAMINGO_2

FLAMINGO_5

FLAMINGO_8

 Words by Owen Milne.

Snaps by Johnny Jungle and Owen Milne

Video by Owen Milne

Get paid doing what you love.

 

 

 

We often come across great concepts and amazing opportunities to be involved in, and we immediately jump on board with anyone wanting to produce something different, original, inspiring…

 

During the past years, we have focused our energies in producing content for surf, skate and fashion brands mainly, priding ourselves of producing visual experiences that embrace unconventional, real, alternative and adventurous lifestyles. This comes as second nature to us.

Being based in Byron, allows us to be in the epicentre of what someone could call unconventional lifestyles, and therefore, we are telling the stories of people like ourselves and supporting brands that usually connect with our values and vision. 

 

So, when we first came across “The Man Ride”, we were a bit sceptical in terms of what we could bring to the concept, and if we could really portray a message and a concept that we knew very little about.

As far as we were concerned and coming from Spain, cycling is something your dad watches after lunch on the weekends, and sadly, since he is El Patrón, you would get stuck for hours before he fell asleep and you were able to change the channel. 

 

We didn’t get it, we weren’t really that interested anyways. 

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When John Polson (The brain behind TMR initiative) and I had our first meeting to discuss the project, he laid out his plans, ideas and intentions for us to develop the concept behind The Man Ride

He explained that this project goes further than the representation and documentation of 8 cyclists riding 1000km during 4 days across the Aussie outback and that the project had been in the pipelines for quite some time now.

 

 

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Given our previous background and portfolio, we have to admit that we were really surprised towards John’s approach and trust from the beginning.

He knew very little about The Amigos, and as far as he was concerned, we did surf and bikini videos. 

 

On that first meeting John would say things such as:

 

“I like to surround myself with people who know more than me.”

“I am hiring you do to what you do best.”

“Here is my idea, but I would like you to add your touch and vision to it.” 

 

and what stuck the most:

 

“YOU HAVE FULL CREATIVE FREEDOM TO DEVELOP THE CONCEPT” 

 

 

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We felt flattered, and at the same time, pressure was on. 

This project had been in John’s mind for years and now we have to shape it to meet his expectations and with zero background in cycling or mental health issues what so ever.

On top of that, we had 4 days to shoot it and 8 days to edit it. - like, fuck…is this even doable? 

  

 580583ce-b1a4-47eb-b1cb-2986a0994aa4

 

We jumped on board 200% - who wouldn’t get tickled by a challenge of this magnitude? 

 

 The day came, and there we were - in a cycling shop in Brisbane meeting the legends that we would later come to see as friends. 

We shared a two day van ride from Brissy to Longreach in which we got to bond with the amazing crew that Black Sheep Cycling brought along. We had no idea at first that these people were actually super humans! We found that out tin the following days. 

 

We are definitely not used to work without pressure, without a degree of “un-logical requests” , and without having someone behind your ear on a regular basis changing the plans he originally agreed on.  

 

To put this in context… is like going to a fancy restaurant, ordering a steak and sitting next to the chef for the next 40 minutes explaining him how to properly cook your steak and what seasoning to use. 

 

We consider ourselves extremely lucky to have been granted trust and freedom from our previous clients before this project came to life.

 

The amount of trust and confidence that John and his team had laid upon us, allowed us to follow our “unconventional ways” to develop the production we had initially presented, and not only they didn’t interfere negatively, but everyone involved would get out of their ways to help us achieve the vision behind the concept and always had positive feedback to add. 

 

You would think that that is the usual way in which things unfold, you would be wrong. 

 

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For a creative, the best thing that can ever happen is that the person paying for your skills; respects the technique, the vision and has full trust in the products you can craft and deliver; essentially allowing you, to develop the work you were hired to do. 

 

The Man Ride Documentary showcases an analogy between overcoming a mental health issue and riding through extremely adverse conditions to reach a final destination. The sub-theme is clear, you can overcome adversity but you need to ask for help. 

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The whole creative process went down in a very similar way: Something that initially looks very unlikely to happen ends up coming to life thanks to the support, help and drive from a group of individuals, helping each other out, through the hard times to accomplish the same goal. 

 

We couldn’t be more proud to have been given the chance to be involved in such a rad initiative.

We found out that “lifestyle videos” go way beyond surf and skate lifestyles… and  that the true creative process can only be unleashed through mutual trust and respect. 

 

Because you don’t tell your chef how to cook your steak

…do you?

 

 

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All snaps by legendary Kye Wylde. @kyewylde

Loyals To The Push - The Art of just doing.

    "Sometimes you just need to get shit done - pronto!"   

 

 

 

    

This is us. This is us on a Tuesday. Not a usual Tuesday, not a weird one either.      

                             

 

Shot by Oscar Fernandez and Jaime Gonzalez

Put together by Oscar Fernandez

On the wheels Ethan Woods and Jaime Gonzalez

On the twerking Iñigo Martinez

On the roof Olga Blanco and Alena Gerlt

 

                                                                                      

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"One day you wake up and you're sixty and you are like, fuck, what now? I mean - I used to be able to see my dick and shit"

 

You only have so many good years in your life - why the fuck would you waste them doing shit you don't really like? Some people say -         "I wish I could be a bird, and fly away and be here and there; I would do so much" - Well guess what? You are not a fucking tree, are you?  

 

What is holding anyone down to stay and accept a life of being content, when there is so much out there to be done, to be discovered, to be skated, to be seen. 

 

You are only doing what you push yourself to do, but at the end of the day you will remember the good times. The ones you shared with friends, with beers, with sunsets; doing stupid shit, creating memories. 

 

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System won't change unless you do.

In an uncertain future of corruption and extremists, youth is left without a trustworthy figure to follow; as those on the left and the right, and even the princesses, have sat on the bench of shame. 

The spiral of morals and values ​​is entangled in a new commercial plot that grannys buy during the ad break. 

Silence, no one can be heard, the telenovela is being fed, again. 

Europe’s joke extends to the US -  and to which planet we will migrate next if World War three breaks out? 

Where is the flag of our country, who does it represent? 

From within, we are looking for a turn towards a new generation that inspires the movement of self-produced ideas. 

We trust in it. 

Luckily, the change begins in ourselves, and the power is in each and every one of us.

 

Words by Laura Pino

 

 A film by Flamingo Amigos and Mario Abadia with Danny León.

 

Graphic icons DL-10

Graphic icons DL-12

Graphic icons DL-11

 

Graphic icons DL-7

Graphic icons DL-6

Graphic icons DL-2

provoke a change.

Behind The Beauty.

A visual journey of the process we had to go through to develop the Believe in Beauty Campaign for Étnica Watches. 

 

BTS Etnica-4

 

Starting shoot day 1 at 5:00am to go over the storyboard and shot list before the cast and crew arrived. 

 

 

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Luis Gonzalez (Brand Manager at ÉTNICA Watches) and Jaime go over the plan with model Freya Gibbs. The campaign was shot over two days - Day 1 for Videography and Day 2 for Photography. It was a pretty delicate shoot as Freya had to spend large amount of hours in the cold water and nearly every shot involved her posing underwater for as much as ten seconds per dive. 

She absolutely nailed it!

 

 

BTS Etnica-3

 

Tara Whitley making a hell of a good job taking care of Freya's waterproof make-up. 

 

BTS Etnica-9

 

Luis Gonzalez spent 24 hours on a plane and made his way half way across the globe to be fully involved in the development of the campaign. His passion and drive made the whole thing run smoothly and we were stoked to have him be a part of the whole thing where he could fully be involved in the triumphs and setbacks that such a production demands. 

Here he is, going over of the fine details with the team before jumping back into the water. 

 

 BTS Etnica-5

 

Believe it or not, this is the set where the whole campaign was developed. 

Our backyard pool.

We spent two days figuring out how to set up the tarp without making the pool a total mess. Water clarity was a priority, but infinite depth effect was also. 

Featured above is Raul Juanes, number one production assistant, care-taker, lights man, pool manager, model-carer...Thanks buddy, you nailed it. 

 

BTS Etnica-6

 

Deploying the package.

 

 BTS Etnica-7

 

Freya was the bomb!!!!!!

The whole crew was impressed by her spirit and attitude making the already-hard-job, a piece of cake.  It wasn't an easy role, she spent more than 20 hours underwater in two days, and kept smiling and nailing every shot. 

 

BTS Etnica-8

 

Photo or Paiting?

This is Freya freefaling into the abys beautifully captured by Nolan Full. 

Nolan was a key asset to the whole production. His vision and attitude REALLY made a difference in the outcome of the whole campaign. Not only he shot most of the campaign photos that were finally selected but he also found the time to document the whole thing and take the Behind The Scenes pictures you are viewing now. 

 

BTS Etnica-10

 

The Magic behind the lens. 

Oscar was in charge of capturing the essence underwater. He was rigged with over 50 Kilos of extra weight to keep him down and equiped with a diver's tank to be able to frame the shot before Freya steped in. 

 

 

BTS Etnica-14

 

Shot Review.

 

BTS Etnica-12

 

A cool perspective of Freya from above, the pool was pretty tight for it all but she was able to pull the pose every single time. 

 

BTS Etnica-15Screen Shot 2017-01-16 at 2.14.55 PM

All photos by Nolan Full. 

 

 

Watch the result:

 

Beauty has a formula.

 A closer look at some of the best  "Believe in Beauty" campaign photos.

 

Visit this space on Wednesday for the Behind The Scenes shots and find out how the film and photos were made.  


 

Beauty is defined as a combination of qualities that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight.

 

Shape, symmetry, colour, and form, define the alluring sense of invitation and unarguably the force attracts your attention, creating an everlasting desire - that often, becomes an obsession.

 

Screen Shot 2017-01-16 at 2.13.09 PM

 Screen Shot 2017-01-16 at 2.14.07 PM

 

Screen Shot 2017-01-16 at 2.14.55 PM

 

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 Campaign Developed by Flamingo Amigos for Etnica Project

Directed by Jaime Gonzalez and Luis Gonzalez

Filmed and Edited by Oscar Fernandez

Creative and Art Direction by Olga Blanco

Campaign Photos by Nollan Full and Oscar Fernandez

Talent: Freya Gibbs

H&MU: Tara Whitley

 

Special Thanks:

Kento

Harry & Sam

 

Trying our best to nail shots of the boys so they can keep stickers on their boards.

 

A little insight into the life behind the mysterious @johnnyjungle (John Barton) who lives his life shooting some of the most amazing images out of Indonesia.

 

 

Johnny Jungle by Owen Milne Media 

 

 

Johnny bases himself in the heart of the Mentawai Islands at the epic Pitstop Hill Resort as the staff photographer. 

A usual day for 'Jungle Juice' revolves around shooting 5000 odd photos , two coffees (one ice coffee) , three coconuts , one surf , driving boats and being an all time legend.

 FLAMINGO_9

 

This project all came about when Riley Laing , Alex Smith , Sam Potter and Myself decided to chase a swell deep into the Mentawai island chain.

This led us to the bearded lensman who spends 10 months of the year sleeping in wooden huts and pointing his camera straight into "Gods Garden"  I was pretty interested into the life Johnny lives and had been following his work for years so I decided to sit down with him and have a chat. He told me some really cool stories and got to learn more about the guy behind the beard.

 

FLAMINGO_3

 FLAMINGO_7

That afternoon we surfed Pitstop's till dark which is a epic right hander straight out the front of the resort. We had the lineup to ourselves and we both got tubed !

The sun was setting and it was like a cute date haha!

Pretty cool seeming as we were the guys dripping in sweat or kicking around in the impact section all day trying our best to nail shots of the boys so they can keep stickers on their boards.

 

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 Words by Owen Milne.

Snaps by Johnny Jungle and Owen Milne

Video by Owen Milne

Get paid doing what you love.

 

 

 

We often come across great concepts and amazing opportunities to be involved in, and we immediately jump on board with anyone wanting to produce something different, original, inspiring…

 

During the past years, we have focused our energies in producing content for surf, skate and fashion brands mainly, priding ourselves of producing visual experiences that embrace unconventional, real, alternative and adventurous lifestyles. This comes as second nature to us.

Being based in Byron, allows us to be in the epicentre of what someone could call unconventional lifestyles, and therefore, we are telling the stories of people like ourselves and supporting brands that usually connect with our values and vision. 

 

So, when we first came across “The Man Ride”, we were a bit sceptical in terms of what we could bring to the concept, and if we could really portray a message and a concept that we knew very little about.

As far as we were concerned and coming from Spain, cycling is something your dad watches after lunch on the weekends, and sadly, since he is El Patrón, you would get stuck for hours before he fell asleep and you were able to change the channel. 

 

We didn’t get it, we weren’t really that interested anyways. 

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When John Polson (The brain behind TMR initiative) and I had our first meeting to discuss the project, he laid out his plans, ideas and intentions for us to develop the concept behind The Man Ride

He explained that this project goes further than the representation and documentation of 8 cyclists riding 1000km during 4 days across the Aussie outback and that the project had been in the pipelines for quite some time now.

 

 

58058495-9c20-454f-b9b8-32d7a0994aa4

 

 

Given our previous background and portfolio, we have to admit that we were really surprised towards John’s approach and trust from the beginning.

He knew very little about The Amigos, and as far as he was concerned, we did surf and bikini videos. 

 

On that first meeting John would say things such as:

 

“I like to surround myself with people who know more than me.”

“I am hiring you do to what you do best.”

“Here is my idea, but I would like you to add your touch and vision to it.” 

 

and what stuck the most:

 

“YOU HAVE FULL CREATIVE FREEDOM TO DEVELOP THE CONCEPT” 

 

 

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We felt flattered, and at the same time, pressure was on. 

This project had been in John’s mind for years and now we have to shape it to meet his expectations and with zero background in cycling or mental health issues what so ever.

On top of that, we had 4 days to shoot it and 8 days to edit it. - like, fuck…is this even doable? 

  

 580583ce-b1a4-47eb-b1cb-2986a0994aa4

 

We jumped on board 200% - who wouldn’t get tickled by a challenge of this magnitude? 

 

 The day came, and there we were - in a cycling shop in Brisbane meeting the legends that we would later come to see as friends. 

We shared a two day van ride from Brissy to Longreach in which we got to bond with the amazing crew that Black Sheep Cycling brought along. We had no idea at first that these people were actually super humans! We found that out tin the following days. 

 

We are definitely not used to work without pressure, without a degree of “un-logical requests” , and without having someone behind your ear on a regular basis changing the plans he originally agreed on.  

 

To put this in context… is like going to a fancy restaurant, ordering a steak and sitting next to the chef for the next 40 minutes explaining him how to properly cook your steak and what seasoning to use. 

 

We consider ourselves extremely lucky to have been granted trust and freedom from our previous clients before this project came to life.

 

The amount of trust and confidence that John and his team had laid upon us, allowed us to follow our “unconventional ways” to develop the production we had initially presented, and not only they didn’t interfere negatively, but everyone involved would get out of their ways to help us achieve the vision behind the concept and always had positive feedback to add. 

 

You would think that that is the usual way in which things unfold, you would be wrong. 

 

 580584ca-2f94-4e58-94e4-2986a0994aa4

 

 

For a creative, the best thing that can ever happen is that the person paying for your skills; respects the technique, the vision and has full trust in the products you can craft and deliver; essentially allowing you, to develop the work you were hired to do. 

 

The Man Ride Documentary showcases an analogy between overcoming a mental health issue and riding through extremely adverse conditions to reach a final destination. The sub-theme is clear, you can overcome adversity but you need to ask for help. 

 58058476-baac-46ec-9638-2986a0994aa4

The whole creative process went down in a very similar way: Something that initially looks very unlikely to happen ends up coming to life thanks to the support, help and drive from a group of individuals, helping each other out, through the hard times to accomplish the same goal. 

 

We couldn’t be more proud to have been given the chance to be involved in such a rad initiative.

We found out that “lifestyle videos” go way beyond surf and skate lifestyles… and  that the true creative process can only be unleashed through mutual trust and respect. 

 

Because you don’t tell your chef how to cook your steak

…do you?

 

 

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All snaps by legendary Kye Wylde. @kyewylde

Loyals To The Push - The Art of just doing.

    "Sometimes you just need to get shit done - pronto!"   

 

 

 

    

This is us. This is us on a Tuesday. Not a usual Tuesday, not a weird one either.      

                             

 

Shot by Oscar Fernandez and Jaime Gonzalez

Put together by Oscar Fernandez

On the wheels Ethan Woods and Jaime Gonzalez

On the twerking Iñigo Martinez

On the roof Olga Blanco and Alena Gerlt

 

                                                                                      

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"One day you wake up and you're sixty and you are like, fuck, what now? I mean - I used to be able to see my dick and shit"

 

You only have so many good years in your life - why the fuck would you waste them doing shit you don't really like? Some people say -         "I wish I could be a bird, and fly away and be here and there; I would do so much" - Well guess what? You are not a fucking tree, are you?  

 

What is holding anyone down to stay and accept a life of being content, when there is so much out there to be done, to be discovered, to be skated, to be seen. 

 

You are only doing what you push yourself to do, but at the end of the day you will remember the good times. The ones you shared with friends, with beers, with sunsets; doing stupid shit, creating memories. 

 

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