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Old Dec 4, 2006, 4:15 PM   #11
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royce,
these are really cool. great shots.

a few years back i built in a large saltwater tank. ron did mainly corals and when they were active it was kind of nightmarish. here's a poorly scanned pic of the wall.
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Old Dec 4, 2006, 4:49 PM   #12
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Nice wall mount aquarium. Very clean and elegant! Is this your tank or did you build it for a friend?

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these are really cool. great shots.

a few years back i built in a large saltwater tank. ron did mainly corals and when they were active it was kind of nightmarish. here's a poorly scanned pic of the wall.
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Old Dec 4, 2006, 4:57 PM   #13
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royce,
i built it for a client.. the whole room was like this. next to this wall was a wall of builtins so he could watch tv and show of his collection of wild turkey bottles. the collection was quite impressive. unfinished wood room = 15,000usd.

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Old Dec 4, 2006, 7:52 PM   #14
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Amazing shots! So sharp and colourful.
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Old Dec 4, 2006, 9:27 PM   #15
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Wow, those are really great Royce. You can't even tell the camera was not underwater with the fish. My daughter also wants to be a marine biologist when she grows up, and she is getting her first fish tank (freshwater) for Christmas.

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Thanks! When I was kid I started with a small 10 gallon fish tank. I had guppies and whatever else I caught from a small creek that ran behind my elementary school. I raised tadpoles, crayfish, and waterbeetles. I once even had a bluegill.
Great biology learning experience. Your daughter is going to have alot of fun.

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Wow, those are really great Royce. You can't even tell the camera was not underwater with the fish. My daughter also wants to be a marine biologist when she grows up, and she is getting her first fish tank (freshwater) for Christmas.

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royce,
i have extensive knowledge of the inner workings of bluegills.. best tasting fish ever!!

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Old Dec 4, 2006, 11:33 PM   #18
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Royce- I don't know the first thing about salt water tanks, so don't know which impresses me most- your interesting collection of marine wildlife or your wonderful pictures of them.
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What can I say, just beautiful !
Hope I can take shots like that one day.

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Royce, you should show them the picture of your sea urchin "all grown up" :-)
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