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Some Shrimps shots...

I hope, here will be enough Shrimps fans...
Bigining with the biggest freshwater shrimp - Atyopsis moluccensis







And lets come closer…



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wow! those are some very nice shots!! I wish i could take photos like that :P
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Hristo. I love the shrimp shots!!!! Thanks for sharing
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Wow those shots are great. How do you get yours to come out into the open like that? Mine are always hiding under driftwood.

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The photo quality is really great. More to come i suppose?
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Actually, the Atyopsis moluccensis is 2-3 times bigger and larger than much of others fresh water shrimp specimens…!
Now, I will share a few shots of Neocaridina sp.
and first is a photo for comparing its size to my finger…













Hey, Pals
is that kind of photos border framing seems to You better...
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Wow, nice shots. Shrimp look fantastic.
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Great looking shots,more more more! Bring on the cherries and crystal reds!
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i like both frames, personally the black one is less distracting. your photographs never cease to amaze me. WOW. i agree, bring on the reds!
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What camera do you have that lets you take macros like that? That's one of my number one camera criteria, and I'm on the market for a new one soon.
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Wow! Great stuff. I got to get a macro lens too! I have one for my Nikon, but nothing for the Canon yet.
I love the second and third shrimp photographs with the solo shrimp on a green leaf...ones a closeup mid length, after the one with your fingertip in it. Nice work! I probably prefer no frame around the photos. They are so great, they don't need a frame.





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Thank You for the tips, Pals!

Now, please, any shrimps expert
can tell me - is it a some green variety of Neocaridina sp. or Caridina japonica…!?
That is a young male:




And that is one pregnant female:




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Hey, where are the shrimps experts…
It’s only here I didn’t receive any answer of my last question…

Before continue with others “usual suspects”, whose hiding much in some of my other “jungle planted” tank…
I decide to surprise you with something different…
Being guest in friend of mine, I was make some marine snap shots…
Those nice saltwater shrimp was one of my favorite objects too:

"Stenopus hispidus" - Banded Coral Shrimp:







and a little bit closer…



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Very nice photos, what an interesting looking shrimp!


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Hristo....you are ridiculous! I mean that in a good way. Gorgeous shots!!! I think that green one is a Caradinia spp.
Can you list your equipment for me please???
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