Bringing in 1000 with my fav pic

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    AWESOME Pic Crispin! Where did you take this? Who's tank?
     
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    shot in Carls tank, one of my favs to use as he has a bank of 400w MH (4 i think) so i dont need flash and can get good colour from it. Also wonderfully stocked and tame fish....i have 360 shots in photobucket of marines, and i think i have posted close on 80% in here.

    i also have to process lots more (from your tanks and puppy's for example) and i just never get to them....i will I promise
     
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    Cool! no probs man! Yeah I agree with you - those 400 watt metal halides makes a HUGE difference. BUT - with the electricity costs these days, and load shedding, I am extremely skittish to start using mine (I have 3 400 watt control gear and fittings - I just need to get globes and reflectors.... BUT - I don't wanna - not now...)
     
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    Stunning pic Crispin :)
     
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    Pitty you cut the tail off.:whistling:

    Nice pic, love the colour against the black background.
     
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    I KNOW! really bugs me that and I normally frame pics well, just swimming fish are a little difficult to keep in focus and not loose half of him. i'll try again:)
     
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    Fish are bugger to take pic's of. But still it is a G8T pic. 36_1_1.gif
     
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    bringing in my 5500 post with another nice shot :)

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    awesome, my fav fish :)
     
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    Nice pics, Crispin. I see the Clown Trigger even brushed it's teeth before the photo shoot.
     
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    they are a nasty set of denchers arent they......i'll keep my fingers clear of them :)
     
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    Nice pic of the anthia especially considering that you cant get those buggers to keep still for a millisecond
     

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