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This is a reasonably convincing fake, but a fake it is.
The word photo should be plural. That's the only typo in this message, which otherwise looks very similar to a real Facebook notification.
This one's real.
If you thought it was fake, that's understandable. The link, filled with random strings of numbers and letters, doesn't exactly lend itself to easy parsing. In fact, many phishing attackers use long, complicated links like this one to disguise their true domain.