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    Dallas, PA
    Owner, MoJo Marketing Inc.
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    Morrell Devlin
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  • Last Activity: 08-01-2014 10:28 AM
  • Join Date: 08-07-2004
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Posted 08-16-2010 at 5:09 PM by aquamojo Comments 0
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One. Invariably I take most of my phoos while doing water changes. I'd like to say that I'm on top of it...but when I start taking pictures and something starts happening in the tank in front of the camera...I get distracted...and the next thing I hear is that sound of water spalshing on concrete.

Some times twice in one day.

Posted 12-14-2009 at 8:18 PM by aquamojo Comments 1
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We've all see photos of managuense or other cichlids flaring at the front of the glass. As in the wild this behavior is a warning to the object of their attention (in this case the camera lens) . Cichlids squaring off ieither in breeding or posturing, will often play this game of chicken in the tank...flaring, advancing, retreating only to flare again. I will often "wind up the fish by placing my open palm on the tank then quickly pulling back. The fish will dart forward...I put my hand...

Posted 12-11-2009 at 7:37 AM by aquamojo Comments 0
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A lot of my photographs are taken with a single source flash (diffused) and over the top of the tank. I feel it gives a more natural appearance. In order to squeeze every bit of detail from the photo, I try and shoot with a relatively small aperture (F18 - F29) The problem with this scenario is that at this aperture you tend to loose a lot of detail in the shadow section of the photo. Sometimes it works to your advantage if you are trying to get a particular "look".


Posted 12-11-2009 at 7:22 AM by aquamojo Comments 0
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I finally moved the breeding pair of labridens to their own 180 gallon breeding tank. They've been in the tank for almost two weeks and I have seen hide nor hair of either. Apparently they are in deep hiding since I removed their other tank mates. I decided to add a "distraction" to their tank inthe form of some Metynsis from the pond. All toll I have about thirty in the pond. I netted four very easily (a feat in itself) from the pond and put them in the tank. Almost immediately the two...

Posted 12-11-2009 at 7:21 AM by aquamojo Comments 0
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I took the pond down to about 10" of water and got a really good look at some of the long lost inhabitants. I didn't pull the pots out as planned...or clean the sand filter...but I did siphon the gravel and had a 1300 gallon water change. That should make them all feel fresh under the pectoral fins.

A while back I put a large Synspilum back in the pond from the 300 gallon tank. I took photos of him and posted before. Well, he looks great. THe short stint in the 300 gallon then...
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Hey Mo,

Posted 12-26-2009 at 11:14 PM by neesejohn neesejohn is offline
Good for you. Fish...
Posted 12-17-2009 at 4:26 PM by okoscar okoscar is offline
Absolutely Awesome!...
Posted 12-14-2009 at 11:18 PM by Mrfiremouth Mrfiremouth is offline

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