Hello. :)

Discussion in 'The Sump' started by Anonymous, Apr 22, 2006.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Hi LARC. I've been registered for a while and thought I'd post something, lol. My name's Tyler, and my dad is "pito" on this board. I guess you can say that I'm getting into the hobby of aquariums because my dad's into it. I've visited Colin's store once... and his tank is a beast, especially the clam. ;) I've kept FW before but not SW, and I like all kinds of fish(except goldfish, LOL) and reptiles (snakes!!!). Here's a pic of one of the Oscars I had, and some pics of one of my Green Tree Pythons. :) When my dad starts to get fish I'll have to take some pics.

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  2. Anonymous

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    Welcome aboard. Nice pictures. Personally, I'm not a big fan of snakes, but, hey, whatever floats your boat.
     
  3. shivametimbas

    shivametimbas Spiny Star Astraea

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    stunning snake. i like it alot.
     
  4. Anonymous

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    Beautiful Pics! 8) Welcome to the board. ;)
     
  5. Anonymous

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    T has a 55 gallon tank with *gasp* frogs in the them. Sacrilege.


    BTW, that snake will snap at you for no reason - just like a Pitbull.

    *ducks*













    j/k
     
  6. phatstanley02

    phatstanley02 Ko-Ko Worm

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    Impressive photography. What camera were you using?
     
  7. Anonymous

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    Welcome Tyler!
    Maybe you should forget reefs and get into photography, looks like you have a knack for it. Great pics!
    Sean
     
  8. Anonymous

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    nice snake man! David (typo) and i have corns, ball pythons, and kenyan sand boas... at least thats all we have right now :) Welcome to the club.
     
  9. typo

    typo CrossHatch Trigger

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    welcome to the forum. beautiful snake! looks likes (s)he's going into transitional phase. that is always awesome to see happen with any animal!
     
  10. Anonymous

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    Thanks alot for the comments everyone. I like photography alot, but I'd also like to get some reef shots sometime ( if my dad ever decides to setup a reef tank ;) )
    phatstanley - I use a Nikon D50.
    typo - You're right, he'going through his ontogenic change and it's very surprising because after each shed I don't really know what to expect. Only time will tell.

    * I also found this photo of the oscar as well:
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