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Old 05-28-2011, 11:11 AM   #1
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First time taking pictures!

Took a while, but managed to get some some non blurry pictures of my lovely fishies! Best I could do with my little Sony Cybershot camera! Might have a try with an underwater camera. Enjoy!

This is 'Beer Battered' (we were all students when we won him at a fair and named him!). He's a poser!




Next up is 'Fisher' - won at the fair. He was very hard to get a good picture of, very quick mover!



Next up is 'Tank' - we won him at the next years fair, and he seemed huge compared to the others so got called Tank.... then the others caught up with him! Here he's checking himself out in the glass



Next up is the underside of our Borneo Pleco, 'Dayve' (don't ask!) having lunch



The next two pictures are of our little baby mollys - no names yet, waiting until they get a bit bigger!




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Very nice fish and photos.
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Thankyou Just had a look at your pictures, your black angels are amazing!! I don't normally like angels, but those are gorgeous!
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Haa. We have all the same Goldfish! Here I was thinking I am the only one! Lol. They are really nice. Do yours have a massive personality too? LOL
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I'd say you did a great job with the pictures. They look good.
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They look amazing! well done!
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Great pic's.

What do u mean u gut them at the fair? U won them or bought them, anyway i am surprised they still are alive!
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Haa. We have all the same Goldfish! Here I was thinking I am the only one! Lol. They are really nice. Do yours have a massive personality too? LOL
Haha goldfish are awesome though I have fancies! But all goldfish have awesome personalities
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Thankyou! I love goldfish, they do have awesome personalities - each one is different, they all like different things and they all really like each other - when we first put them in the new tank they would only move in a group!
@Fishman - won them! (which I thought you couldn't do in the UK anymore...) Didn't think they would last long, but they have gone from strength to strength and started our MTS! Cheers
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Oh my gosh! I just noticed you live in the South West of the Uk! Where are you? You can PM me if you want! I think we might live close.
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