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If you are in the area this weekend, you won't want to miss this event.
This was in my email:
As you guys*know our*Frag Swap is this Saturday November 12th.* We are working overtime making sure this is an amazing frag swap.* We are almost full with vendors and*the speakers are getting ready.**You do not want to miss this event!***The cost has gone up to $20 per individual and $25 for a family,
While in Southern California last month for Reefapalooza, I wanted to stop by Ali's store again. Amazing Aquariums & Reefs is a great place to hang out and enjoy plenty of eye candy.
His store is very clean and comfortable to navigate. He specializes
Last night while I was watching a movie, I saw a lot of bright red lights race past my home. We've had paramedics out here for some of my older neighbors in the past, but something made me double check. When I looked up the street, I saw a neighbor's home on fire. So I grabbed my Nikon and a 50mm lens to see if I could get some pictures. Late night shooting isn't easy, and I figured this was a good excuse to try. I shot in Manual mode at a high ISO, and kept the aperture around f/8.
I came across an interesting interview with Giacomo Bernardi, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of California, Santa Cruz, while listening to one of my favorite podcast, Science Sort Of..., and I wanted to share it with community at ReefAddicts. They talk about the unusual behavior of a particular wrasse that was observed in nature. It is the first fish ever reported to use tools!
Here is the link to the podcast episode which I strongly recommend everyone listen
Updated 10-30-2011 at 09:42 PM by a whiff of grapeshot