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The Impatient Magician
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A first huge money note is -1 inch behind a second huge money note. It is facing southwest. It is leaning 10 degrees to the left. Camera light is black. A dim sea blue light is behind and -2 feet above the note. A huge sphere is above and -2 feet in front of the note. 3 dim lilac lights are behind and 4 feet left of the light. The ground is [plants]. A 7.8 feet high 20% shiny cane is 1.5 feet in front of the note. It is facing southwest. It is leaning 10 degrees to the back. A large hand is -11 inch above and -1.2 foot behind and -1.5 feet right of the cane. It is leaning 80 degrees to the left. It is facing northeast. The ground is 50% malachite green. A dim red light is above and left of the sphere. A navy light is left of the sphere. An extremely long fence is 8 feet behind the note. A very long flat 50% dark [brick] wall is -2 feet right of the fence. It is facing east. A red light is 10 feet behind and -3 feet above the fence. A huge green bush is -1 foot left of the wall. A dim blue light is left of and above the bush. A very large shiny box is -9 feet in front of and -11 feet left of the bush. An orange light fits in the box. A snake is -9 feet right of and -2 feet in front of the box. A large playing card is -6 inch above and left of and 10 inch in front of the snake. It is leaning 40 degrees to the right. It is facing southwest. A large playing card is 2 feet above and in front of the playing card. A large playing card is 1 feet above and in front of the playing card. It is leaning front. A 3 feet long bread is 1.8 feet left of and -8 inch behind the note. It is facing southwest. A huge bottle is -2 feet right of and -6 inch behind the bread.
KAWE (2018) 
:-)
Nanook (2018) 
I keep coming back to this and I just noticed the snake, there's so much to see. :-)
hedgehog1965 (2018) 
Thanks - I tried to position the snake so it was semi-camouflaged :-)
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