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Game Of Thrones Wallpaper Daenerys

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Game Of Thrones...is one of the best shows on TV. I feel that season 3 might be a big one for my love, Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke). This design predicts the aging of her Dragons as well as her take to power. I poured many hours into this design and hopefully it gets recognized by fans and designers alike.


Thank you to everyone who provided stocks and images. If I would type everyone out this description would be way to long and many more hours going back and figuring who's I used and who's I didnt. I will try and find you if I used your photos.

My Works are an expression of dedication to all TV,Film,Sport,Music,Game etc. They are not the product of the original authors nor any intention to emulate that.

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