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1 days ago tclenche made the following comment on the observation of Northern wolffish posted on September 13, 2014:
the big thing to me is time and practice. some day you are not busy, thy taking a picture of something using different settings. it is not like the old days of film, digital is basically free!
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1 days ago tclenche made the following comment on the observation of Spiny Sun Star posted on September 13, 2014:
i used to get them while scuba diving, salted and dried some for display in my craft shop.
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1 days ago sam made the following comment on the observation of Gersemia Rubiformis posted on September 12, 2014:
Back again Tom. You didn't have much opportunity to see them, they were always discarded at sea. which is what I did after taking pics. (reply...)
1 days ago sam made the following comment on the observation of Northern wolffish posted on September 13, 2014:
Thanks again, Tom. I just might get used to photography, although I am still working on the features of this camera. nowhere there yet. (reply...)
1 days ago sam made the following comment on the observation of Spiny Sun Star posted on September 13, 2014:
Thanks, Tom. Seen them lots, but didn't know the name. (reply...)
1 days ago sam made the following comment on the observation of Gersemia Rubiformis posted on September 12, 2014:
Tom, I seen them many times before. This one came from about 35 fathoms deep. I had my nets set in 25-45 fathoms , and it was caught up about the middle of the fleet. (reply...)
1 days ago sam made the following comment on the observation of Gersemia Rubiformis posted on September 12, 2014:
many thanks, Lessa. Now I know the scientific AND NAME. In the past if one set his nets and hauled them full of them we would say we had a haul of raspberries, but not knowing they were called that. (reply...)
1 days ago tclenche made the following comment on the observation of Spiny Sun Star posted on September 13, 2014:
yep, it is the Spiny Sunstar, Crossaster papposus, common in our waters to 20+ fathoms
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1 days ago tclenche made the following comment on the observation of Gersemia Rubiformis posted on September 12, 2014:
very interesting. I have never seen that before. What depth did that come from?
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1 days ago tclenche made the following comment on the observation of Groundhog (Marmota monax) posted on September 24, 2014:
super photo. We do not have those on the island
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