High-flying Artist Writes CLOUD Over Manhattan

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    SUNGNAM, SOUTH KOREA - OCTOBER 17: The South Korean Airforce Black Eagle aerobatics team fly in formation during a press day of the Seoul Airshow 2005 and Korea Aerospace exhibition at the Sungnam military air base on October 17, 2005 in Sungnam, South Korea. The Seoul Airshow will be held on October 18 to 23. Thousands of spectators are expected to attend to see South Korea's fighter jets open the show with an array of aerial exercises. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

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