2012 Miss Reef Calendar – Design You Trust

2012 Miss Reef Calendar

This year The Miss Reef Calendar is a coffee table book that contains 52 pages of images captured by photographers, Nicholas Routzen and Emiliano Gatica of beautiful Puerto Rico. One step inside to take a preview.

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