Unshaven middle-aged white man
Two armor-clad soldiers standing before a smoking tower
A riverbed flanked by Autumn trees
Photo from distant 115 degree angle of a robed person kneeling in a snowy temple courtyard
Photo of a person riding a horse at sunset
Photo of a person with long hair, from behind, looking at another across a room.
Photo of a person standing over a dead body, which lay in a pool of blood.
Photo of a person carrying someone in their arms.
Photo of a person with a backpack walking a countryside stone pebble road.
Photo of a person walking through a field toward a house


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