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I finally expanded my shrimp collection with the addition of 10 yellow juvies. I also bought a canon 600D today, so took some pics. only 2 atm still learning this DSLR sourcery! lol

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lachie1998

Great first pics:applause: the bubbles from the sponge looks awsome in the first pic

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Dean

agree with lachie, first thing i saw and noticed was the bubbles :) very cool and nice shrimp also

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honcho

are u sure they are yellows.. the one on sponge almost looks orange..

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zacsbee89

cheers guys, i like the bubbles also!!! :D

Honcho: Id say poor lighting/camera skills would be the cause and the probable fact that it could be a male may have something to do with colour. lol there is a red juvie in there whom hitched a ride on the filter while transferring tanks. But he is only little.

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northboy

Welll done, I like and noticed the bubbles first to

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zacsbee89

Red Cherry Tank

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Yellow Cherry Tank

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Red Cherry Tank Maintenance/tank cleaner Mr Otto

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zacsbee89

Had some more fun tonight.

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and my favourite of the session. so i thought id pretend to be a pro and put my mark on it. :/ lol

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lachie1998

Getting better:D

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zacsbee89

theres just so many settings to play with. and adjusting 2 settings to make the most of certain pictures etc.

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fishmosy

Looking good mate, keep it up.

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Gbang

very nice bro! tyhanks for sharing :)

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