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ワシントンDCの大聖堂


両親の観光にかこつけて、いってきました。
両親放置して、写真取りまくってました。


もちろん、漫画の背景のためですヨ!


お香が焚かれてて、荘厳で静かな大聖堂のなかで
ここの回廊で冥●が乙○をこう押さえつ…など
真剣に構図を考えながら、写真をとりつづけた私は
死んだらバッチリ地獄の炎に焼かれることでしょう。


帰りのお土産やで、Shivaのペンダントを買いました。
どうして売っているのかが不思議です。

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