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Chrism8 9 820 16 England
2 Aug 2009 6:30PM
Superbly done Cheryl,


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bumbleb3 10 358 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2009 6:36PM
very clever.superb tones
2 Aug 2009 6:38PM
HUMIE 9 2 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2009 6:40PM
Even better than yesterdays methinks Cheryl.....SUPERB !

csurry 14 9.2k 92
2 Aug 2009 6:52PM
Thanks all.

Have a few more I like. The collisions don't always make great images, and sometimes the reflection is cut off because of the close framing. Something I need to work on as I'd like to do these in portrait orientation to get the full reflection of the taller ones in frame.
pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2009 7:15PM
prefer yesterdays upload but this one is good
Paul Morgan 15 18.3k 6 England
2 Aug 2009 7:30PM
Bacon foil and glue Cheryl, I know all the tricks Smile

Like it.
Phil_Morgan 10 182 1 Wales
2 Aug 2009 7:31PM
If possible, it's even better than yesterdays Cheryl.
Think your sensor needs a clean though! Wink

csurry 14 9.2k 92
2 Aug 2009 7:32PM

Quote:Bacon foil and glue Cheryl, I know all the tricks

Like it.

I was thinking longer tank this one is only 10inx8in Smile

Two dust spots when my camera is stopped down to f/22 I can live with Smile Bearing in mind they don't show up at f/4. Edited on the laptop which has so many spots of the screen I usually end up spending hours editing dust spots that are not on the image Grin So this time I did not bother.
taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
2 Aug 2009 8:17PM
Or a parchisi piece?
2 Aug 2009 8:27PM
Wonderful Cheryl.... I do prefer yesterdays though.... just a tad too close to the top?... if I was to be real picky Smile

ValSaxby Plus
11 145 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2009 8:36PM
Its beautiful, I love the colours and shapes in this one - stunning as always.


Hebe 9 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2009 8:42PM
Fantastic shot, I love the colours.
Stunning timing. Beautifully composed capture. Lovely colour and detail.
csurry 14 9.2k 92
3 Aug 2009 8:01AM
Not picky Jon correct. It is too close to the top, hence the need for a slightly longr tank to aid composition.

I have made contact with a company to see if I can get one made to specific dimensions as it does not need to be as deep as a standard fish tank from a shop would be. Hopefully the cost will not be prohibitive as I feel this is the next improvement required.

I always said I would get to this point eventually. Still not 100% but not far off now. All I need now is an agent to sell some and recoup all my time/effort Grin

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