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A few shots of beakerbob's tank


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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    Default A few shots of beakerbob's tank

    I was playing around with my new camera at Bob's the other day. Here are a couple that turned out okay.

    close up of a psammocora superficialis
    beakerbob psammocora - A few shots of beakerbob's tank

    beakerbob strawberry patch - A few shots of beakerbob's tank

    Close up of a duncan tentacle
    beakerbob duncan - A few shots of beakerbob's tank

    beakerbob sunrise monti - A few shots of beakerbob's tank

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    Your new camera takes some good pics, Jim! Next thing you know you will be giving Beaker Bob a run for his money in the photography department.

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    I've got a ways to go for that...but my camera fits in my pocket!

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    Nice pictures, and nice corals.
    I collect PEs, and I'm always looking to trade for ones I don't have yet.

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    great work as always BB

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    Ah ha, so it does exist! I need more......Bob please!
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    I haven't seen an FTS since he was a TOTM years ago.


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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    I had to promised not to take a full tank shot.

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