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Old 03-14-2007, 09:36 AM   #1
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New pictures -> large size

I hate bringing photos down to very small resolutions, because I prefer high resolution photos for using on my computer. I present:


I have to clean off those thumbprints on the glass.


My other angel. He is getting a green sheen to him on the side, sort of like what discus get with their blue sheen.


My angel and two boesmani's.

I'll post up some other pictures later.
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wow, what a beautiful angel!

Are those live plants?
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Great pictures. You can crop them out to reduce file size and dimensions still. That way you can get things framed the way you want and it's faster loading too.

I'm going to guess those plants are not real.
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They aren't live plants no, the silver dollars destroy anything green and live. I will crop them and make them nice as well.
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