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BARNEY SPRINGS WILD GUPPY

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Well after over 200 pictures I was able to capture these few shots of my wild Gupps!

I used burst mode on my camera 10 frames per second. Enjoy

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Squiggle

Very cool pics Wayne, where would we be without digital cameras, lol :victorious: Love the spots on them, very interesting colour patterns :encouragement:

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ineke

Gee a lot of colour for wild fish very nice. Great photos Wayne:encouragement:

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smicko

Nice pics wayne. They are an amazing looking fish, you managed to put 12 fry in the other day which is more than I could have dreamed of, thank you again for the fish and shrimp but most importantly the invitation and hospitality.

Cheers mick

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Squiggle

+1 smicko, Wayne is an awesome host :applause:

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Garnelchen

Beautiful, beautiful little fish! :applause: Gotta love those wild guppies! :cheerful:

Thanks for sharing the pics Wayne!

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