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I've been photographing the riffles again    :D

 

 
(and I have finally worked out how to attach the gallery photos to a thread! Yay! )

 

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Love that first photo, with the light shining through its body.

A very healthy looking specimen.

 

Don't worry, the way photos are uploaded to the new version of the forum has had a few people baffled.

Me included, until I clarified it in the problem/suggestions subforum.

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@jayc  It was your questions in the Problems subforum that solved it for me. So thanks for that.

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@jayc  It was your questions in the Problems subforum that solved it for me. So thanks for that.

 

LOL.  :lol:

That's so cool. That's one example of 'no question is too dumb to ask'.

One person's problem is likely to be shared with another.

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