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Marcus came down last week to visit and he bought me a IPhone macro lense, thanks Marcus.

Then he took some pics with my phone and new lense.

Here are some of the resulting pics. All are my F2 TiBees.

Don't expect my pics will be as good though.

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Awesome pics ninja, they all look stunning, so jelly of all of them, very well done :victorious:

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That was a fun morning....admiring the various tibee's etc.... Your Tibee BlueBolt (last pic) is absolutely awesome. 1st dips....lol

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ninja! do you have a special jutsu for breeding the TiBees? They look AWESOME!

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That was a fun morning....admiring the various tibee's etc.... Your Tibee BlueBolt (last pic) is absolutely awesome. 1st dips....lol

No dibs BB. it might just die like your WR, lol.

We were having a fun time (pure thoughts everyone) till we were interrupted by the noisey ones!

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We were having a fun time (pure thoughts everyone)

I think she's talking to you Squiggle!

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Thanks Squig' date=' now are ya gunna hurry up with that next rack?[/quote']

I'm going as fast as I can ninja, lol :victorious: My Mishlings are definitely giving me a gentle shove as well :smiley_simmons:

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Judging from those pics, I would say you are definatly one of the top breeders in aus. You are way ahead in this hobby. I'm very happy for and hope they breed well for you so you can share your experience. Very nice grasshopper :)

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WOW! I've actually just kicked of a similar project myself with a couple of black tigers along with some CBSs. Love some of the patterns

on them, particularly the second one, beautiful!

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Awesome shrimp Ninja . Now for some of your photos if you are as good as me they won't work! I had Cookster come and take some great shots and I tried and no good. Looking forward to seeing more. Good luck with your photoshoot.

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WOW! I've actually just kicked of a similar project myself with a couple of black tigers along with some CBSs. Love some of the patterns

on them' date=' particularly the second one, beautiful![/quote']

Thanks, you have black tigers????????

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Thanks everyone, especially Yoda. BB has to keep pushing me to show and tell.

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Thanks' date=' you have black tigers????????[/quote']

Supposedly Black Tigers, very very low grade though and I suspect closer to Blonde but we'll see what comes through in

a cross.

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Supposedly Black Tigers' date=' very very low grade though and I suspect closer to Blonde but we'll see what comes through in

a cross.[/quote']

Blonde vs Black aren't they two opposite colors almost? Can we get some photos Kiwi?

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Blonde vs Black aren't they two opposite colors almost? Can we get some photos Kiwi?

When I'm home tonight I'll be getting a few pictures and you decide. The ones I have are extremely low grade, according to the chart they're

Black Line at best but that doesn't worry me. Hopefully the little guys will come out and play ball, especially as I'm home late tonight and

tomorrow night with a few things on.

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So busy ATM Ineke' date=' will get back to you soon.[/quote']

No problems no hurry:encouragement:

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