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Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by Hoyo12, Mar 17, 2011.

  1. Hoyo12

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    So it's been a little while since I've posted anything really, so I figured that I should start off with a few new shots. ;)
    I've been trying my best with the photos, and a few turned out pretty nice. Lots of shots, and yet so very few turn out decently, lol. Hopefully I can get a few more later.
    Crayfish coming out for once in awhile in the Native tank. Rarely seen, so I took a few shots, lol.
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    The Honeycomb Grouper, Epinephelus merra. One of my favorite SW fish; hope to get a new species of Grouper soon.
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    Also picked-up a Condylactis anemone a few days ago. Something new for me, and seems to be doing pretty good so far.
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    I also tried something a little different with these two pics; what do you guys think?
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    Nice shots! :thumbsup:
     
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    That is one wicked crayfish. That anemone is something too!
     
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    Thanks guys!

    Just to point out, I was looking at the shots on another computer, and they looked like absolute crap, lol. SO what you see may not exactly be what I see. :D
     
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    very nice.... great looking shots
     
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    Some great shots there!
     
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    Pretty slick grouper. We used to find them and sunfish of various types all over the place back home.
     
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    Super awesome anemone too! I miss living caddy corner to rivers and oceans lol...all I get here is a stupid creek XD
     
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    I think that all of the creatures in your pics are beautiful but I just LOVE that Grouper!! He's amazing looking!! Fabulous shots! Thanks so much for sharing!! :)
     

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