Enjoy these... I am now tankless, just have memories left.

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Stunning pics. Shot.
Why have you turned your back on our religion...Hmmmm
 
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For now.... Once I relocated I will start up again - definitely. After the sean incident as well as the other things that happened I am sort of depressed about what I lost, so I am keen on getting back in once I have settled.
 

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Awesome feather duster photo. Camera, and more importantly lens used for these shots?
 
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As per normal your photos are really great.

Any thoughts on the next setup, bigger than the 2000L tank :whistling:
 
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Likesfish, I know you a busy man, but if you have some free time, please won't you give a sticky/wiki article on taking photos of our tanks from basic digital to the my advanced SLR and macro lens etc.

I think this is skill is quite neglected in our hobby (including me)
 

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Lovely shots, bloody shame the tanks have gone, i hope you set up again soon.
 
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For now.... Once I relocated I will start up again - definitely. After the sean incident as well as the other things that happened I am sort of depressed about what I lost, so I am keen on getting back in once I have settled.
Thanks again Waldo. Yeah, I also feel bad about the Coral. Where would I get another one that size, so it is really not about money spent, more about the fact that you nurtured it for 02 years and an accident deprives us of its beauty.. Sad.... very sad:(
 
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Some random others...

Giant elephant mushroom at night
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Turbo snail eating
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Bubbles in bubbles in bubbles - this is how a Deltec AP902 skimmer's bubbles look like at 5x life size
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Chiton inside my skimmer
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Coralline up close - notice the concentric growth rings.
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The knack. My urchin's mouth.
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Red legged hermit @ night
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Blue knuckled hermit @ night
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Panther Grouper when he was still happy (i.e. in my tank and not cramped at the LFS) @ night
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14x magnification of a diadema urchin's spine. This is the reason the spine can only be stroked one way, not the other.
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Thanks again Waldo. Yeah, I also feel bad about the Coral. Where would I get another one that size, so it is really not about money spent, more about the fact that you nurtured it for 02 years and an accident deprives us of its beauty.. Sad.... very sad:(
WHAT!!! died, how did that happen.:(
i told you we needed to frag it:p
was it the colt coral?
Waldo sowed me a pic of it when he got it, size was about 9cm
 

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