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Jag Aquatics

Hi Everyone

Few of my shrimp photos to share will all.

Got chocolates from Dean couple of months ago and they are of super quality and loving the shrimplets I am getting from them.

Thanks again mate.

Enjoy few pics.

Jag

Brown with blue genes

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Dark Brown - Chocolate Cherry

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Red Rili

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Super Red Cherries

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lachie1998

Fantastic pics!! And vey nice shrimp

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Kaizen088

WOW, very nice....

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BlueBolts

Great pics...thanks for sharing...was doing some spring cleaning last week and found a express post satchel addressed to you....I think I recalled that I was suppose to send you some mosses ? Any recollection ? My memory fades me !

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sajica

They're all nice shrimp in that batch of photos.

Would you care to tell us about your camera and shrimp setup?

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jacet

good to see some one is keeping good red cherries....

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Jag Aquatics

Thanks guys for the good words.

Marcus (Blubolts)

Mate I can't recall :). No worries mate one day I will place shrimp order from you and then you can use it or may

be some moss/ plants.

Sajica

My camera is Canon 40D and lens is 100mm Canon Macro and some of the shots are with standard zoom lens.

No flash but will definitely like to add some external flash to my camera kit.

Cheers, Jag

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Magikarp

Those reds look awesome. Nice shots mate

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Ziek

Really nice shrimp there mate and love how your mosses always look so amazing in all your shots

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northboy

Hi Jag

Nice Reds there mate and really good shots, keep in in mind when you have some young Reds please

Bob

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Gbang

Bro those red cherries are amazing!

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NoGi

Great shots there Jag.

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Jag Aquatics
Those reds look awesome. Nice shots mate
Really nice shrimp there mate and love how your mosses always look so amazing in all your shots
Thanks guys.
Hi JagNice Reds there mate and really good shots' date=' keep in in mind when you have some young Reds please Bob[/quote']Bob, Not a problem mate.Thanks guys.Cheers, Jag

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Dean

very nice pics mate, i would expect nothing less from you :)

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Jag Aquatics
very nice pics mate' date=' i would expect nothing less from you :)[/quote']

Thanks mate :)

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Neo-shrimp

Fantastic photos, fantastic shrimps, fantastic set-ups.....is there anything else that I forgot? Oh yeah...thanks JAG for some absolutely very inspiring shots of your shrimps mate...Neo

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Jag Aquatics
Fantastic photos' date=' fantastic shrimps, fantastic set-ups.....is there anything else that I forgot? Oh yeah...thanks JAG for some absolutely very inspiring shots of your shrimps mate...Neo[/quote']

Thanks Neo Shrimp for the good words.

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Jag Aquatics

Best part of the holidays is that I have time to do what I want.... spent more time yesterday playing with camera.

Latest shots:

YellowandChoclate_zps5a4eecb7.jpgChoclateCherry1_zps0431be64.jpgYellowCherry1_zps72fa8569.jpgChoclateCherry_zpsb578038a.jpgYellowCherry_zpsc7aee1ae.jpgRedRili_zps070bf731.jpgYellowCherry2_zps0e2990f0.jpg

Cheers,

Jag

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BlueBolts

Fantastic pics..... Love em looking like they're sitting out of water...must have very clean glass, and great camera skills....awesome.

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NoGi

They look great Jag.

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Gbang

OMG you're bloody kidding me?!?!? they are amazing!!!

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