Picture of the Month - June

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    Ian Administrator

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    If you would like to enter, post a reef related image (that you have taken yourself) in the gallery and then post the image code in here so it displays in the thread. Just one entry per user, per month please :smile:

    Near the end of the month we'll have an open vote and pick the winner.
    Good luck everyone :bounce:
     
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    Alexander

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    ooh! I sense a shark being on the front page for the month of july!
     
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    hibye

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    or this
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Hibye, please pick which one you want to use, and the other one will have to be removed from the thread. Only one entry per person.
     
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    Gooseman Reefing Is An Obsession

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    A SHARK PICTURE! :yikesu: that would cool!
     
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    time to bust out the tripod and start practicing. Im gonna try and have a pic this time around. im not happy though with the way my Kodak easyshare takes tank pics and it doesn't have many options to fiddle with.
     
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    i want the closed brain please.
     
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    heres mine
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    hibye

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    Ns that is a amazon pic newb
     
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    awesome pic newb
     
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    newbie what kinda camera are you using
     
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    that is an awesome picture newb
     
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    hopefully this picture will get the job done, this is my passer angel
    [​IMG]
     
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    thanks for the compliments. I use a Kodak EasyShare Z650, doesn't have nearly as many options as i'd like it to have. I took some photography classes in highschool and would love a good DSLR with a good $500 macro lens but that dream is gonna be waiting for a while :)
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Good choice Hibye, I really like that pic. Great colors.
     
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    newb that's an awesome pic! nice shot!
     
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    Doc I don't work for anybody

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    Newb, you should have waited...you could have had a pic with a rockin' branch hammer in it as well. LOL

    No seriously, great pic

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    Doc I don't work for anybody

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    Beautiful fish dustin. I love king angelfish. I had one when I first started. He was a fatality with the Oodinium that killed about $600 worth of fish over 3 years ago. He should fit OK for quite a while in your tank. Nice job


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    Doc I don't work for anybody

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    I don't know. It may not be cool enough for the masses to vote on. I would have to catch a pic of him eating the keyhole angelfish or in a feeding frenzy. I may give it a shot, not sure. This month is not a certainty for an attempt. Soon though

    -Doc
     
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    Come on Doc I know u got it in u!
     
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