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Old Jun 10, 2010, 4:03 PM   #1
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the lightening varied about the place.
most rooms were very dark,
as were most of the tanks.

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outside, taking a break.




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Old Jun 10, 2010, 8:29 PM   #2
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Nice set.
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is that where they filmed star trek IV the voyage home? second last pic looks kinda like it
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Yes, it is where they filmed The Voyage Home, but with some CGI alterations. We used to live near the aquarium and never tired of visiting. Nice series of shots that captured the facility. FYI: If you're passing through the area, just go.
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FYI: If you're passing through the area, just go.
We did....wish we didn't... the exhibitions were for the most part nice, especially the seahorses, but the dang place was like romper room on steriods with all the wildlife on two legs. So dang many kids running around outta control and parents not keeping them reined in we decided pretty quick to get out of there. Worst 2 hours of the week we spent in Northern California.

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Schools do educational field trips to the aquarium. We always enjoyed the kid's excitement. The aquarium is a marvelous experience.
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You did well. Nice set.
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Old Dec 3, 2010, 10:29 PM   #8
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I especially like the blue pic at 200iso. That turned out rather well in my opinion.
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Very nice set...!

Wish they were larger though...
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