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Bryan



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PostSubject: The conservatory...   Sat Sep 06, 2008 1:55 am






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kristy55303

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PostSubject: very very nice!!   Sat Sep 06, 2008 2:05 am

those are some amazing shots !!! great job, love all the blooms! kristy:)

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1.1 bakhuis tincs, 1.2 cobalts, 1.1 citronellas, 1.1 brazillian yellow heads, 1.1.6 leucs, 1.1 powder blues, 1.1.1 amazonicus, 4 p.mint teribillis, 6 costa rican auratus, 4.2 p.aurataenias , 3.2 "highland bronze" auratus, surinam cobalt tads about to morph as well as two azureus tads.
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son is getting 3.3 firebellytoads soon! spent like 400.00 just on a fbt tank. am i insane or just love my son!Smile
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PostSubject: Re: The conservatory...   Sat Sep 06, 2008 10:20 pm

Nice pics. What kind of camera do you use?
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Bryan



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PostSubject: Re: The conservatory...   Sun Sep 07, 2008 1:09 am

Thanks!
The camera is a Sony DSC-H7 point and shoot. It takes stills in full HD and I love it. I just bought it this year (second camera ever), my other camera never left the boat. LOL
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PostSubject: welcome!!   Sun Sep 07, 2008 1:15 am

i believe i have the same camera. just bought and learning all the features. kristy:)

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1.1 bakhuis tincs, 1.2 cobalts, 1.1 citronellas, 1.1 brazillian yellow heads, 1.1.6 leucs, 1.1 powder blues, 1.1.1 amazonicus, 4 p.mint teribillis, 6 costa rican auratus, 4.2 p.aurataenias , 3.2 "highland bronze" auratus, surinam cobalt tads about to morph as well as two azureus tads.
wants: mossy pairs or groups
son is getting 3.3 firebellytoads soon! spent like 400.00 just on a fbt tank. am i insane or just love my son!Smile
www.treewalkers.org join to help our amphibians!
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Bryan



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PostSubject: Re: The conservatory...   Sun Sep 07, 2008 1:22 am

This is really a neat place....



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PostSubject: Re: The conservatory...   Mon Sep 08, 2008 5:34 pm

Yes, that is a neat place. It's better than the next-door como zoo...I think.
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PostSubject: wow   Mon Sep 08, 2008 7:55 pm

wow do they let you marry there...lol i think we spent way over 5,000 just on flowers for decoration, not for the bridal party! he he kristy Very Happy

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1.1 bakhuis tincs, 1.2 cobalts, 1.1 citronellas, 1.1 brazillian yellow heads, 1.1.6 leucs, 1.1 powder blues, 1.1.1 amazonicus, 4 p.mint teribillis, 6 costa rican auratus, 4.2 p.aurataenias , 3.2 "highland bronze" auratus, surinam cobalt tads about to morph as well as two azureus tads.
wants: mossy pairs or groups
son is getting 3.3 firebellytoads soon! spent like 400.00 just on a fbt tank. am i insane or just love my son!Smile
www.treewalkers.org join to help our amphibians!
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