Pictures at my T.marmoratus with my new camera.

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Fantastic pics! :)
 

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Thanks you two!
The first two is the only im satisfied whit, im trying to learn me the camera hehe.

I got 0.0.5, and presumably 1-2 more this week(juveniles)
The biggest have grow from 3cm in feruary to about 9-10cm now.

Best regards/Tomas
 

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Wow, excellent photos, you should really consider entering the Calendar Competition!

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Wow, excellent photos, you should really consider entering the Calendar Competition!

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Fun to hear Blackhawk IV! but i can't compare myself to the real photo professionals on this site;) but thanks anyway!

Cheers/Tomas
 

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Simply beautiful . . . Thanks for the posting them!

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Great Pictures! Thank you for sharing. How old are they?
Hmm im not sure, but wen i got them in february this year they measure 2,5-3cm, i shall ask the breeder so i know. Now the two biggest measure 9-10cm and are growing god.

Cheers/Tomas
 

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DUDE it looks like a professional took these excellent job.
 
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DUDE it looks like a professional took these excellent job.
Thanks man! fun to hear that you think so:) it was not a expensive camera, only 155euro(samsung P800)

Cheers/Tomas
 

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Hey! Great yours marms!!

Congratulations...

Could you put images from the terrarium?

Regards, Fede
 

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Fun to hear Blackhawk IV! but i can't compare myself to the real photo professionals on this site;) but thanks anyway!

Cheers/Tomas
No one here's a professional photographer. You should definitely enter!
 

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Hello!
Here is some photos on my setup, but i shall build a new when my new 0.0.4 marmoratus has arrived:)

Son owner off 0.0.9 T. marmoratus...
 

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I took a new picture today, its the only one that have develop a litle beginning to crest what i can see..
 

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great so is that part of your 0.0.9? Have your other four arrived yet?

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great so is that part of your 0.0.9? Have your other four arrived yet?"

Hello Blackhawk IV.

Thats the part yes. I have 2.1.2 now and the other four shall arrive this month if everything goes as planed:)

Regards/Tomas
 

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That is a very beautiful newt you have there, Grius. T. Marms are definitely on my list.
 
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