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Flanked by cannons, Ben and Eugene stick twin handstands atop one of the battlements of Maputo's historic Fort of Nossa Senhora da Conceiao (Our Lady of Conception).

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author of this photograph:

Joanne Kim
Venice Arts

people in this photograph:

Ben Byrnes
Eugene Ahn

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Posted 7:20PM on Thursday, September 06, 2007 Pacific Time


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