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Old Aug 18, 2005, 6:28 PM   #11
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thanks CerambyX, but I still think that your pictures are better!
Please take a close look at your amber. The MBS 10 helps a lot, I found my first mosquito when I decided there had to be something!
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Thanks, for compliment Sven, but still have to learn much from you and others, because I'm only 17, so I have no experience yet :-) But I'll try to catch up with you :lol:
If there is any insect in my amber than they probably are somewhere in the middle, but I don't want to split them ore some other way damadge them. They are like memories from summer and are like souveniers, so I'll leave those prehistoric insects alone, I'll look at Sven's excellent pictures :-)
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I am quite impressed with this subject, the process and your results. Jurassic Park indeed! Good work.

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