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Old 12-27-2005, 05:38 AM   #1
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Otocinclus and a Few Shrimp

First of all I want to say that I did not take these pictures. They were taken by a friend of mine who doesn't believe that her tank merits (nor does she wish) critical acclaim. Please don't let that stop you from giving her a big hand for being a wicked photographer/aquascaper. She doesn't wish her name to be published but if you like the pics, just respond with a big, "OMG Donna, those pics are incredible!!!"

















And if the fish and shrimp pics aren't adorable enough, here's a shot of her new love-hog (7-8 month-old) German shepherd 'Angus,' also known as "Poodle."



She'll probably kill me for posting these, but she's such an excellent photographer that I couldn't resist. I know you'll like them
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Whew, here I was worried to death you were keeping shrimp and ottos with those monster fish you have! :P

Great pictures and I love the pooch
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OMG Donna - Those pics are incredible! Despite Travis' prompting, they are truly fantastic.
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Old 12-27-2005, 09:48 AM   #4
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OMG Donna, those pics are incredible!!!

They are indeed spectacular. Great job, great tank!
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Old 12-27-2005, 11:10 AM   #5
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. . . a friend of mine who doesn't believe that her tank merits (nor does she wish) critical acclaim.
Is she serious? Those oto pictures belong on every single oto bio page i've ever seen. You can count the ## of veins in the fins!! OMG Donna etc etc
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Those pics really are incredible!
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incredible shots Donna!!!!
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OMG Donna, those pics are incredible!!! Incredible plants and animals, too! Would love to see more. Angus is adorable.
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"OMG Donna, those pics are incredible!!!" Nice photos they are great.
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Wow, Donna... impressive low light shooting! That oto is so cute, makes me wanna set up a tank just for them.

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